New Patient Virtual Registration Form
Call one of our medical centers or counseling locations to schedule a TeleHealth appointment with your physician, nurse practitioner, or therapist and register for MyChart if you are not already registered.
Cincinnati: (513) 815-4475
Columbus King-Lincoln: (614) 340-6700
Columbus Short North: (614) 340-6777
Dayton: (937) 853-3650
Additional Counseling Locations
Call (614) 299-2437 to schedule.
You will use a MyChart account to access your TeleHealth medical, psychiatry, or counseling appointment. Before your appointment, you’ll need to:
If you do not already have a MyChart account, we will send you a sign-up link when you schedule your appointment. Please call your Equitas Health Medical Center if you have not received a link.
If using a computer: access MyChart online and make sure you can log in.
If using a smart phone or tablet:
Use MyChart to check-in to your TeleHealth appointment on your smart phone, tablet, or computer. You can check-in up to 30 minutes before your appointment starts. Give yourself at least 15 minutes to update your personal information, insurance, medications, allergies, and health history.
Please note: If you are more than 5 minutes late for your appointment, we may have to reschedule you for a different day or time.
Once you are logged in to MyChart, follow these steps.
|Attend your appointment from:|
|A quiet space in your home|
|A conference room at a library|
|A private room at school|
|A private office|
|Please DON’T try to attend
|From a crowded place|
|In a restaurant or café|
|In an open office|
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