To offer a limited exposure option for our patients during the coronavirus outbreak, the providers at VIPSurg are now offering virtual telemedicine visits. As of June 1, 2020, in-person visits are also available with our team. More information on our new policies and procedures regarding COVID-19 can be found here. As always, if you have a true emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. For non-urgent messages, or to schedule your in-person or telehealth visit, you may use the adjacent form or call the office at (702) 448-5578.
Step 1: Schedule Your Appointment
Before conducting a telemedicine visit you will need to schedule an appointment with our office. You can do so by calling us at (702) 448-5578 or by filling out the contact form on this page or on our contact page.
Step 2: At Appointment Time
To conduct a telemedicine visit, you only need access to a smartphone, laptop or home computer with a camera and microphone. No downloads or special software is required. Doxy.me, our Telehealth partner requires Google Chrome or Firefox as your browser.
To start your remote visit, please go the virtual waiting room by clicking below:
If the website (doxy.me) asks you allow access to video and/or audio, please accept and press “Enable Camera” if offered. Both are necessary to proceed with the consultation.
Dr. Tsuda can also conduct phone visits on a case-by-case basis.
More information about COVID-19
- VIPSurg Policies and Procedures for COVID-19
- Am I at High Risk for Getting Coronavirus COVID-19?
- Do Not Delay Emergency Care Despite COVID-19
- Diabetes Increases the Risk Of Infection, Even Coronavirus
- Managing Stress Eating During the Coronavirus Outbreak
- Does Sunlight Help Prevent Respiratory Infections Like COVID-19?