Telemedicine at Clancy Medical Group
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Clancy Medical Group now offers virtual healthcare. Also known as telemedicine and telehealth, patients may schedule an online consultation with Dr. John Clancy through the patient portal or by calling the office. You may also use the Doxy.Me link below to join the virtual waiting room.
Telemedicine helps protect patients and reduce risk of exposure to coronavirus. The service is HIPAA-compliant, with e-visits through a secure portal. And most insurers, including Medicare, now cover telehealth services. With Doxy.Me, there’s nothing to download. Access the site with your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Then, enjoy your consultation with Dr. Clancy from the comfort and safety of your own home.
Ready for more information or to schedule your telemedicine appointment? Just call our office at 760-305-1900.
Clancy Medical Group
Clancy Medical Group in Vista, CA, is a family-focused practice—both professionally and personally. Led by spouses Drs. Tara and John Clancy, the team at Clancy Medical Group specialize in osteopathic medicine, which includes treatment of diabetes, hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and auto-immune illnesses such as arthritis. They treat patients from six years of age to geriatric.
A cornerstone of their philosophy is taking a holistic approach to medical care. To effectively heal and maintain optimum health and wellness, the Clancys believe it is vital to embrace the whole person—along with their family—by treating both the body and mind. They also encourage patients to live a healthier lifestyle through diet and exercise, which is also the key to remaining independent as we grow older.
Clancy Medical Group Offers On-Site Lab Services
The tests we perform on-site include:
- Blood draws
- Throat cultures
Our lab is open Monday through Friday until 4:00 PM.
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