PNP Telehealth Update
Posted on: 03/25/2020
Princeton Nassau Pediatrics Telehealth Availability for Conferences
We are pleased to report that our Telehealth experience has been going very smoothly since our roll out last week. We wanted to be sure our patients are aware that our physicians are here for you in your time of need as we all navigate issues with our children during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Our physicians are available for Telehealth conferences to discuss behavioral issues, attention deficit disorder, or any other concerns you have about how your child is handling the stresses that come with social isolation during the outbreak.
Please call our office to schedule an appointment with one of our physicians if you would like to discuss any of this further. Our staff will set you up with a Telehealth appointment with your physician.
We’ve found it is very helpful to register with Anytime pediatrics prior to calling for an appointment.
For those who missed the prior email with instructions on how to do this, please see below:
ANYTIME PEDIATRICS REGISTRATION ***PRACTICE CODE IS 5335***
If you are using your cell phone: You’ll need to download the Anytime Pediatrics mobile App for iPhone or android:
If you are using your computer: You must download and utilize Google Chrome. The platform is not optimized for other browsers at this time. The specific website for our practice:
Follow the steps to complete the registration as the parent/guardian on the account. Make sure you register yourself and then add all of your children as patients under the account. Once this is complete, go ahead and call our office to schedule your appointment. Please note, you do not need to enter your insurance information into the Anytime Pediatrics platform. Go ahead and choose “I do not have insurance or do not wish to use my insurance” to expedite the registration.
YOUTUBE VIDEO FROM PNP ON HOW TO USE ANYTIME APP:
It remains our mission to provide you with the pediatric care we would expect for our own children.
Sincerely, The Physicians of Princeton Nassau PediatricsBack to Article List