Don't Put Your Health on Hold!
Today and every day, our team is available to provide you with personalized care, whether it is in our safe, sanitized offices or through a telemedicine visit.
Our offices are open. If your doctor determines that you need an in-person visit, you can be confident in knowing that we have adopted a multi-level screening process for everyone who enters our buildings, including employees, to reduce your risk of exposure to COVID-19. Additionally, we are strictly following all public health and CDC safety guidelines and ensuring our waiting areas and patient rooms are cleaned and disinfected.
If your doctor feels that you are an appropriate candidate for a telemedicine visit, our team will set up a convenient time for you and schedule an appointment. You will be able to securely to talk with your doctor or provider (on the phone or through video online) in the comfort of your own home. Our team will walk you through simple steps for your telemedicine appointment.
We are offering both audio visits (phone call) and video visits (via computer or smart phone) to our current patients and some new patients, depending on the reason for the visit.
You may schedule an audio or video visit with a Cooper provider in one of the following ways:
- Call your doctor’s office
- Call 800.8.COOPER
- Request an appointment using our online form
Most insurers provide some coverage for telemedicine visits. Medicare covers both audio and video visits. If you have commercial insurance, please contact your insurance company in advance of the visit to determine what coverage is offered for the type of visit you are scheduling.
Cooper Urgent Care Centers in Audubon and Cinnaminson are open and focused on caring for patients with non-COVID-19 symptoms. In addition to walk-in visits, they are also accepting telemedicine visits. Reserve a spot at one of the offices or schedule a video visit.
Thank you for making Cooper University Health Care your first choice for all your health care needs. We value the confidence you show in our physicians, nurses, and staff by entrusting us with your care.
In the case of any life-threatening injury or symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, or sudden weakness, call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room.