The Corona virus is a serious public health issue and the information about it changes almost daily. In an effort to provide our patients with the most up-to-date guidelines and answers to questions, we recommend the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department as the most reliable source.
Not a problem, you can complete registration forms via the patient forms section and send them over to us before your call.
A smartphone, tablet, or laptop with a camera is required to complete this consultation with our doctors, using Zoom or Skype which are free and easy to install or FaceTime from your Apple iPhone. If you do not have access to a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, we suggest working with a friend or family member you may be with at this time.
If you do not have access to a phone or do not wish to have a telehealth visit, our team will share the details of your complaint to the doctor on call for his or her opinion on recommended next steps.
For qualifying issues, our preferred method of treatment at this time is via a telehealth consultation with one of our providers. Not every condition can be treated in this way, though, and your doctor may recommend you visit one of our offices during our current limited office hours for further treatment. Our goal is to treat you from a distance, following CDC recommended social distancing guidelines. If your condition requires in-person care, we will arrange to have you seen at our office at 5333 Hollister Ave., near Goleta Valley Hospital.