Last updated on January 31st, 2019 at 04:51 pm
I’ve been a work-at-home mom for about five months now, and it’s even more challenging than I expected. As any other mom can sympathize with, I have very little time for myself. I do manage to get in for my annual check ups and dental appointments, but when it comes to little extras, like wanting to meet with a nutritionist, that’s tougher. That’s why I think it’s so cool how Amwell makes it incredibly easy to talk to a primary care doctor, pediatrician, nutritionist, psychologist–you name it.
You can easily download the app to your phone or tablet, or just go to Amwell.com and sign up. Amwell‘s physicians are U.S.-educated, board certified, and have been selected, trained, and certified specifically in telehealth.
Last night after my house was quiet, I had a sit-down with a nutritionist. It was quick and simple. It took just a minute to download the Amwell app to my phone and two more minutes to fill out my name, birth date, telephone number, etc. I think that’s about the amount of time it would’ve taken me just to get out of the house and into the car if I was going in for a regular office visit.
We were connected immediately, and I think we talked for 20-30 minutes, which is plenty of time for all of my questions. The nutritionist gave me some great suggestions on how to get more protein and calcium into my diet despite my food allergy. After the Amwell visit, I was messaged with a full recap of the appointment. That’s great because I wanted to be sure I didn’t forget any of the useful tips I got.
Get a FREE Amwell Doctor Visit
I was given my first visit for free, and you can get your first visit free with the promo code SEE4FREE or BEWELL17. So go ahead, see a doctor on the weekend or after the kids go to bed. Or, talk to a pediatrician for a “same-day” visit instead of having to take the kids out of the house when they’re sick. It’s a new tool in your mom tool kit!
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