Depending on the appointment type or health issue, telehealth may be an option to meet with your provider. If you have a device with video capabilities you can meet with your provider via video through Zoom. If you don’t have video capabilities you can still schedule a visit with your provider to speak over the phone.


All telehealth video visits will take place using the platform Zoom. Zoom appointments are very safe and we have multiple levels of security to ensure your privacy:

  • We have a licensed Zoom product that has increased security and is HIPAA compliant
  • We create unique meeting IDs for each appointment that only the provider and patient receive
  • In order for someone to join the meeting, the host (your provider) has to admit them
  • Once the meeting starts, the provider locks the meeting so no others can join

If you have concerns about the security of Zoom appointments please call the clinic at (218) 387-2330 to learn more.

Scheduling Telehealth Appointments

If you have a health care question or think you may need to be seen: Call us at (218) 387-2330 to learn about your appointment options. We are still here to meet your preventative, routine, and behavioral healthcare needs as well as address any health issues that may arise. If you are concerned about the cost of healthcare please visit our Financial Assistance page or call the clinic to learn more about your options.  You may also want to contact your insurance company to ask how they cover telehealth visits. 

Appointments requests can be made via your Patient Portal. Not registered? Call to set one up!

Preparing for a Telehealth Visit

Please use this checklist to prepare for your telehealth visit:

  1. Keep a record of your appointment day/time.
  2. Gather all your medications and have them available at the time of the visit.
  3. Make a list of any questions you have about your health.
  4. Gather information on any other health care providers you have visited in the last month and the reasons why you visited them. This includes any visits to the ER or the hospital.
  5. If you have a scale and/or blood pressure cuff, weigh yourself and take your blood pressure on the day of the visit.
  6. Plan to be in a quiet room, ideally with a door that can be closed for privacy. You should not be driving or working on other things during the appointment.
  7. Please be available on your phone/computer 10 minutes before and after your scheduled visit time. The sooner you can call with any technical difficulties the better so that it doesn’t interfere with your time with the provider.

A printable version of this checklist is available below.

Patient Checklist – Preparing for a Telehealth Visit