If you’re looking for a highly accessible and convenient way to schedule an appointment with us, we’d love to help.
We know it can be stressful to have an illness or injury that requires medical care. You don’t have time to waste at the doctor’s office or waiting room. And sometimes, it’s just nice to get the help you need without all the hassles of a traditional appointment.
That’s why we offer virtual care—which means you can book a visit online or over the phone. No need to worry about being late for work or missing a family event because you were in the hospital all day! With virtual appointments, you can get your health needs taken care of from the convenience of your home or office.
And if you’re interested in scheduling a virtual appointment with us today? We’ll be happy to accommodate you!
DreamWork Infusion & Wellness Center is proud to offer an intake appointment to all new patients. We know that this is an important step in your care, and we want to make sure you feel comfortable with us before you start receiving treatment.
During your Consultation, we’ll walk you through every step of the enrolment process, discuss any questions or concerns you may have about our services, review your insurance benefits, and answer any other questions you may have.
We look forward to meeting with you!
During your telehealth appointment, we’ll sit down and review your health history. If you have current symptoms that are bothering you, we’ll address them and figure out what’s causing them.
In order to make sure that we can give you the best care possible, we will ask questions about your medical history, lifestyle, and goals. Once we have answered these questions and have determined a plan of action, we will be able to determine what treatment options are available for you.
We believe that making your visit to our office as pleasant as possible is an important part of the treatment process. That’s why we take great care to make sure you understand every aspect of your care and the treatment plan. We’ll never use complicated clinical language, which can be confusing for patients, but instead use simple language so you know what’s going on from the moment you walk in the door.