Emory Connected Care

Preparing for Your Telehealth Appointment

Each month, tens of thousands of patients connect with their Emory provider over telehealth. This convenient and safe service gives patients the ability to talk with their doctors from the comfort of their homes.

Telehealth appointments skyrocketed in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic due to social distancing. Now that patients and providers have experienced the convenience and effectiveness offered through telehealth appointments, experts agree telehealth is a trend with staying power.

Whether you're deciding if telehealth is right for you or want to feel prepared for your upcoming appointments, we invite you to watch one of our videos that describe the impact telehealth services can have in keeping you healthy.

Healthy ATL with Matt Ryan and Dr. Greg Esper

Greg Esper, MD, associate chief medical officer at Emory Healthcare sat down with Atlanta Falcons quarterback, Matt Ryan, to discuss Emory Connected Care and how it connected patients to providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Patient Testimonials

Allen Receives Shoulder Pain Relief

When Allen Garrison, an Emory Connected Care patient, experienced shoulder pain, he wanted to find relief. He used Emory Connected Care to talk with his orthopaedic provider and share recent imaging. His doctor was able to diagnose his shoulder pain and get him started on a treatment plan – and back on the road to recovery.

One Couple's IVF Story

JoAnna and Karl have always wanted to start a family. With the help of our telehealth services, they were able to begin their in vitro fertilization (IVF) journey with Emory Reproductive Center. They share their experience using telehealth and how impactful it was to ensure they didn’t miss a beat.

Stroke Care through Telehealth: A Survivor's Story

Tiffany is a stroke survivor. With the help of telehealth and Emory Stroke Center, she is back to living a healthy life with her family.

Request an Emory Connected Care Appointment

We offer telehealth appointments across nearly every specialty, including primary care, women's health, orthopaedics, oncology, transplant, brain health and more.