with ESE Specialist
Get professional guidance from a ESE Specialist in the comfort of your home.
First, you need to book a date. Then, you will fill out and submit an intake form, so that our medical specialists will be prepared for your session.
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1. BOOK YOUR LIVE VIDEO CONSULTATION
From the Calendar Scheduler, select one of the available dates and open times. Click on the Book It button and proceed to check-out.
2. SUBMIT AN INTAKE FORM
After successfully completing the payment procedure, you will be directed to an Order Details page. Review your completed order and proceed to click on the Patient Intake Form button.
Fill in and submit the Patient Intake Form, which will allow us to assign a knowledgeable specialist to review your concerns and prepare to assist you on video consultation.
3. BE READY FOR YOUR LIVE VIDEO CONSULTATION
AC&A provides a warm and professional environment. You will need a tablet, smartphone, or computer with a built-in camera and microphone and access to reliable internet. It is recommended you test your device prior to confirming your audio and video work well. Consultations are held via ZOOM meetings and you can check your device and web connection in this link: http://zoom.us/test.
4. GET THE MOST OF YOUR LIVE VIDEO CONSULTATION
Prior to your Video Consultation, your assigned therapist or physician will review your Patient Intake Form and know your main concerns. During the video consultation, the therapist or physician will answer your questions and will present you with the most suitable therapeutic and treatment options for your needs.
5. SUPERVISION AND PARTICIPATION OF THIRD PARTIES DURING CONSULTATION
Whenever the patient does not have sufficient autonomy or mastery of technology to participate in an online meeting, the presence of a caregiver or family member during the consultation will be necessary.
Relatives and other health professionals who wish to participate in the consultation remotely may do so if they have previously been registered in the Patient Intake Form.