Olathe Health Blog

Archive: Expert Advice

  1. Telehealth Video Tutorial – Computer

    Telehealth Video Tutorial – Computer

    This video tutorial provides step-by-step directions for joining a video visit with your provider using your computer. To schedule a telehealth appointment, please contact your doctor’s office.

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  2. Telehealth Video Tutorial – iPhone

    Telehealth Video Tutorial – iPhone

    This video tutorial provides step-by-step directions for joining a video visit with your provider using your iPhone. To schedule a telehealth appointment, please contact your doctor’s office.

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  3. Telehealth Video Tutorial – Android

    Telehealth Video Tutorial – Android

    This video tutorial provides step-by-step directions for joining a video visit with your provider using your Android phone or tablet. To schedule a telehealth appointment, please contact your doctor’s office.

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  4. Pediatrician Erica Red Corn Answers Questions about Routine Visits

    Pediatrician Erica Red Corn Answers Questions about Routine Visits

    Should you keep your well-visit appointment or get your child’s vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic? Dr. Erica Red Corn, a pediatrician at Olathe Health Pediatrics – Olathe Medical Park, answers common questions about how to handle routine visits.

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  5. Pediatrician Erica Red Corn Answers COVID-19 FAQs

    Pediatrician Erica Red Corn Answers COVID-19 FAQs

    Have you wondered if a scratchy throat or headache could be more than allergies? Dr. Erica Red Corn answers some common questions about symptoms of COVID-19 and what to do if you’re worried you may have come in contact with the virus.

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  6. Alison Blevins Answers Expecting Moms COVID-19 Questions

    Alison Blevins Answers Expecting Moms COVID-19 Questions

    For expecting moms, navigating your routine OBGYN appointments and labor is yet another unknown during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Alison Blevins, who delivers at Olathe Medical Center, answers some common questions and uncertainties.

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  7. ER Physician Answers COVID-19 FAQs

    ER Physician Answers COVID-19 FAQs

    Stephanee Evers, MD, emergency medicine physician at OMC answers frequently asked questions about going to the ER during the pandemic.

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  8. Let’s Talk Mammograms

    Let’s Talk Mammograms

    There is a 1 in 8 chance a woman will develop breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. The best protection you have is to get a mammogram.

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  9. What You Should Know About Colon Cancer Screenings

    What You Should Know About Colon Cancer Screenings

    The American Cancer Society now recommends individuals at average risk for colorectal cancer get screened earlier – at age 45 instead of 50. Dr. Ashok Attaluri, a gastroenterologist at Olathe Health GI Specialists, explains the reason for the new recommendation and what they’re seeing in their clinic.

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  10. Schedule Your Routine Mammogram

    Schedule Your Routine Mammogram

    Breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women, except for skin cancers, according to the American Cancer Society. Schedule your mammogram today.

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