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You may remember a couple months ago when I shared my experience speaking with a nutritionist through the telehealth company, Amwell. Well, this time, I'm going to give you a sneak peek at exactly how this at home health service works. Watch our video and you'll see me getting advice from a medical doctor on my motion sickness problem...and I did it right from the comfort of home!

Use code Amwell50 for 50% off an urgent care visit (visits are $69).

Talk to a Medical Provider From Your Home with Amwell

I'm sure there has been a time when you or a member of your family could have benefitted from talking to a medical provider, but it wasn't something that necessarily required an at home visit...Am I right? Well, I guarantee after you watch our video and see how easy the process was and how helpful the doctor was, you'll be ready to try Amwell out for yourself! And did I mention that you can reach someone 24 hours a day, seven days a week? This busy mama is loving the convenience factor of Amwell...and I know you will too!

Use our Coupon code for 50% off a $69 urgent care visit: Amwell50

Using the Amwell teleservice couldn’t be any easier. To get started, you simply search for a provider and select one that’s available. You’ll answer a few background questions, test your web cam, and, in no time, you’re ready to go! Get all the details in this video. 

Tips for your first time using a telehealth company

We have a few helpful hints for your first time using Amwell.

  1. Have your healthcare card ready.
  2. Make sure your internet connection is strong.
  3. Jot down a list of concerns/questions on paper, I find having this reminder is is always helpful. Kids can be so distracting!
  4. Use code Amwell50 for 50% off an urgent care visit (visits are $69) so you can save!

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