New patients: firstname.lastname@example.org
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New patients are welcome to use this form to schedule a 5-10 min intro phone call:
While I have been utilizing Telemedicine since 2018, there are limitations. I find that in person appointments allow for a quality of medical care that can be difficult to capture over a video chat. Physical exam is limited for example and if I must give test orders, labs, or prescribe medicine, separate arrangements must be made. In addition, technical difficulties can occur leading to poor image, audio, or system outages. And technology cannot always capture what the presence of human touch and being in the same room can.
4255 18th Street, Suite 202
San Francisco, CA 94114
Transportation to this location is very convenient (in theory). However the current congested state of traffic conditions in the city can impede on this claim. If using public transit, the MUNI Castro station is two blocks away. Metered parking is available on 18th Street, and the north-south running streets offer two hour parking for free. Some of Dr. Seddig’s current patients do vouch for the existence of “parking angels” in case this helps.
Dr. Seddig’s office is centrally located just two blocks from the geographical center of San Francisco.
7517 S, McClintock Drive Suite 104
Tempe, AZ 85283
NOTE: My hours at the Arizona office are limited.
Telemedicine refers to the practice of caring for patients remotely when the provider and patient are not physically present with each other. Advances with modern technology now allows doctors to do appointments with patients using HIPAA compliant tools.
Physicians and patients can share information in real time from one computer screen to another. And they can even see and capture readings from medical devices at a faraway location. Using telemedicine software, patients can see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment without having to wait for an appointment. Patients can consult a physician at the comfort of their home.