This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Amwell. All opinions are my own and not influenced by compensation.
Let’s face it – we have all been at the point where we need to see someone, but cannot or do not have the capability to leave the house. Whether the kids not having a babysitter is the issue, or the fact that you don’t have a care, like myself, sometimes getting to a simple doctor’s appointment can be difficult.
I don’t know about you, but I wish there was a way to have the doctor come to you, perhaps on the computer or a tablet or phone…
Our prayers have been answered with this awesome service called Amwell.
Amwell makes it easy to talk to a doctor. Simply select a physician and connect. Just $49 per visit. Our physicians are U.S. educated, board certified, and have been hand selected, trained, and certified specifically in telehealth to deliver the best possible experience to you.
There are several different categories you can choose from to find the perfect doctor in the health field you need, whether you need advice on diet, physiology, primary care, therapy, dermatology, pediatrics, or just need advice in general.
One of the other neat features of Amewll is each doctor has a picture and you can educate yourself on them, or if you have a certain provider who you would like to work with, it’s all right there at your fingertips.
So whether you are just looking for medical advice or just have a concern, Amwell makes it super easy for you to connect with a doctor in the field you need help with.
For more information or to set up your own appointment, please visit the Amwell official website here.
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