Memorial Healthcare System Offers Free Telehealth Exams in March

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Those who may have flu-like symptoms and are concerned about COVID-19 ("coronavirus") can be examined by a physician for free through Memorial's telehealth application, MemorialDocNow. Through the end of this month, there will be no charge for the online visit, which can be accessed via website or smartphone app. Users should enter “MemorialCares” as a coupon code to receive the complimentary examination.

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To access MemorialDocNow from a computer, visit www.memorialdocnow.com. From a mobile phone, download the app in the Apple or Google Play store.

Those feeling under the weather and wondering if their flu-like symptoms could be related to coronavirus can now be examined by a doctor from the privacy of their homes at no cost. MemorialDocNow, the online application from Memorial Healthcare System, doesn’t require insurance and the free telehealth offer is available through March 31.

MemorialDocNow (http://www.memorialdocnow.com) physicians can diagnose, write prescriptions as needed, and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To avoid the service’s usual $59 charge, users should enter “MemorialCares” when prompted for a coupon code.

To access MemorialDocNow from a computer, visit http://www.memorialdocnow.com. From a mobile phone, download the app in the Apple or Google Play store.

The Florida Department of Health has confirmed cases of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Broward County.

Coronavirus patients present with mild to severe respiratory symptoms similar to those of influenza, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. The virus has been identified in more than 100 locations worldwide and, at this point, there is no vaccine. (To learn more, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website).

Memorial Healthcare System is one of the largest public healthcare systems in the U.S. and a national leader in quality care and patient satisfaction. It is highly regarded for a patient
and family-centered approach at facilities that include Memorial Regional Hospital, Joe
DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Memorial Regional Hospital South, Memorial Hospital West,
Memorial Hospital Miramar, Memorial Hospital Pembroke, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Health
Specialty Center in Wellington, and Memorial Manor nursing home.

To learn more, visit mhs.net.

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