It’s never been easier to get access to the advanced care provided by MUSC Health physicians and other MUSC providers. Now you can “see the doctor” from the convenience of your home or office, schedule appointments yourself and take advantage of a growing list of services that bring MUSC Health to you.
Life is hectic. Staying healthy doesn’t have to be.
As the health care leader, we are working hard to put patients and families first and finding innovative ways and technologies to deliver services when, where and how you want them.
Get an MUSC provider’s advice and a prescription, if needed, without leaving home, work, vacation, or wherever you are.
MUSC Health is bringing our world to yours.
E-visits are for current MUSC Health patients – you have to have been seen by an MUSC Health provider within the past three years. Other than that, they’re really simple. All you need for an e-visit is an internet connection and a MUSC Health MyChart account. Choose from a list of covered conditions, answer a few questions, and usually within an hour, you’ll get a response. The cost is just $25 per visit.
For users without a
MyChart account, MUSC Health offers Virtual Care visits accessible 24/7. Learn more
about MUSC Health Virtual Care.
What Types of Conditions are Right for E-Visits?
MyChart E-visits are great for less serious conditions such as skin rashes, allergies, STDs, the flu, jellyfish bites – problems that require medical care but not necessarily a trip to the doctor’s office.
MyChart E-Visits Options at a Glance
Technology Needed: No video camera or web cam required
Access Location: MyChart – through a Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox). Can’t do via MyChart app, but can do it on a phone through a web browser
Availability: E-visit requests are answered Monday through Friday during MUSC Health
Primary Care office hours.
Providers: Family Medicine and Internal Medicine, if the patient has been seen by a provider from that department.
Criteria: Patient 18 and older, seen by a MUSC provider in the last 36 months.
- Allergic Skin Reaction
- Athlete’s Foot
- Back Pain
- Fever Blister
- Flu (Influenza)
- Genital Herpes
- Gout Attack
- Insect Bite
- Jellyfish Sting
- Jock Itch
- Poison Ivy
- Prescription Refill (10- day supply)
- Red Eye
- Seasonal Allergies
- Sexual Transmitted Infection
- Sinus Problems
- Travel Precautions
- Urinary Problems
- Vaginal Discharge/Irritation
Questions and Technical Assistance
MyChart Questions and Technical Assistance: Call MyChart Support Line at 843-792-3111, or email email@example.com.
E-Visit Questions: Call Emily Sederstrom at 843-792-7331.
Online visits are definitely not for severe injuries and illnesses. For those, you need to see your primary care doctor. If it’s an emergency, of course call 911.