Ask your doctor about using telehealth for conditions such as:
A telehealth visit is a consultation, health check, or sick visit with an Allied Physicians Group Physician via video conferencing. It is comparable to a FaceTime or Skype call using an iOS or Android device. The physician is able to look at your child, manage symptoms, and talk to you from anywhere you are.
All insurance plans accepted.
Pediatric offices – $59
Strauss Allergy & Asthma – $100
Download the AnyTime Pediatrics app from the App Store or Google Play to get started!
Telehealth day-time visits are available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 10:30pm. After-hour visits are available 7 days a week from 6:30pm to 10:30pm. New patients, please call 833-269-2444 and enter practice code 2444.
After-hours telehealth visits are available 7 nights a week with the Allied pediatrician, from 6:30pm to 10:30pm. For technical issues or concerns, you can speak with a telehealth coordinator at 833-269-2444 anytime after 6:30pm.
Step 1 Download the Anytime Pediatrics App. During the registration process, you will be asked for a practice code. Please find your practice code below. (If you need to add the practice code after registering, please go to the bandaid icon in the app and add the practice code there)
Step 2 Log in to the app on any device, go to the patient icon, select the patient who needs the visit, select request a visit (you should see your practice listed). If it is grayed out, your practice is not open to walk-in telemedicine visits at this time but may be able to see you (in these circumstances please contact the office to schedule).
Step 3 You will enter the virtual waiting room. You may receive chat notifications from the admin to gather any important information once you enter the practice virtual waiting room. Otherwise, you will be routed to the next available provider.
Step 4 Return to your daily activity without disruption.
Allied After-Hours- 2444 (Allied patients, please continue to use your office practice code for after-hours visits) Non-Allied Families, New Telehealth Patients- 2444
At Allied Physicians Group our main concern is the health and wellbeing of our patients, their families and the community. The situation is evolving rapidly and we are making every effort to implement protocols to maximize safety within our 33 locations.
We understand there is a lot of fear and concern right now. The sensationalism and nonstop coverage from the media is making it difficult to respond rationally.
Fortunately, children have been having less severe infections. Children are exposed to many other coronaviruses every winter and this is thought to be one of the reasons why the infection is less severe in younger people. However, they can expose others who may be at greater risk for more severe outcomes.
If your child has fever and cough and is not ill-appearing, it is best to avoid our office and call for a telehealth visit. We are making every effort to safely keep these children out of the office. If you think your child needs medical attention, please call us and we will arrange appropriate care.
Recommendations for most Sick Visits:
We are asking all families to download the Anytime Pediatrics app. Directions are below.
We strongly encourage telehealth visits, when appropriate. Below you will find the list of Allied offices with their practice code. Non-Allied families, please use practice code: 2444.
After-hours telehealth visits are available with an Allied pediatrician, 7 nights a week, from 6:30 – 10:30 pm.
Although telehealth is effective, some sick visits will still need to be seen in the office.
Recommendation for Well Visits:
Well visits with your pediatrician are an essential part of good health and well-being. Well visits and vaccinations are very important. When we finally get through the current pandemic, we certainly do not want to see an increase in vaccine preventable diseases, such as whooping cough (pertussis) and measles. These diseases can be extremely dangerous to your children.
Keep and remember to schedule your child's well visits, it’s important.
We are asking families to limit the number of caregivers bringing the child to the office.
We are asking families to bring only the patient to the office, no siblings.
We are asking people over 60 to avoid the office unless there is absolutely no alternative.