We also operate a Virtual Care Center, a high-tech care hub where centralized medical teams use telehealth technology with a human touch to care for patients around-the-clock – when and where they need us.
For more information about virtual care at St. Luke's, please email us.
Chronic disease management and collaborative care planning that empowers patients, reduces ED utilization and hospital readmission.
Transitional support for adult medical patients discharged from the hospital promotes safe and early discharge, enables rapid intervention if needed, and reduces hospital readmission.
Transitional support for COVID patients discharged from the hospital allows for early assessment and intervention, if needed, as fragile patients recover.
Monitoring and support for patients enrolled in St. Luke’s Home Health programs.
Physicians, nurses, and social workers are often able to evaluate a patient's condition remotely, providing additional support to bedside care staff.
24/7 data and video monitoring to support critical patients across the health system; provides immediate access to critical care nurses and intensivists for bedside support, escalation, and patient changes.
This emergent neurology support in rural locations allows for faster intervention during time-sensitive stroke situations when “boots on the ground” assets are not available.
Enables efficient coordination of patient movement, provider-to-provider consults, and collaboration with transport teams and community assets; acts as the “front door” to St. Luke's for outside organizations.
Pre-scheduled outpatient specialty physician services provided to remote clinics for patients who require or prefer in-clinic care.
Direct provider-to-patient scheduled video visits providing convenient clinic visits to patients in their place of residence.
St. Luke's offers on-demand virtual care services seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., if appropriate depending on your symptoms.