We Bring the Office To You
Telemedicine lets you easily connect with Dr. Nullman through easy-to-use video conferencing.
Get Started For Your Virtual Visit
Read and complete all 3 steps prior to your scheduled appointment time.
Complete all Pre-visit Requirements On The Patient Portal
Check in to Virtual Visit
Waiting Room & Virtual Consultation
Complete the PreCheck process using your AthenaHealth Patient Portal. PreCheck is available for 7 days prior to your appointment and must be completed at least 3 hours prior to the visit.
New patients: you will be required to register for the portal.
Click "Check in to my Virtual Visit" below to access your Virtual Clinic appointment and begin the check-in process.
Please Enable camera to share camera and microphone with doxy.me
After you have checked-in, you will be in our "Virtual Waiting Room". Dr. Nullman will join you shortly and begin your appointment. If you get disconnected or exit by mistake, log on again. We recommend you click on the Pre-Call Test button to make sure your system is ready.
Reminder: Please do not exit out of the waiting room or your appointment will be delayed. If you exit the browser you will need to recheck in (restart step 2).
If your condition requires a hands-on examination, we will require an in-office visit.
Virtual Appointment Preparation
For a successful telemedicine appointment
What You Will Need For Your Virtual Visit
Please have the following items available during your appointment.
Health insurance card or information
List of all current medication you are taking
Copies of records from doctors related to your visit with us.
No need to download software or create an account. Just use a browser on a computer or device with a camera and microphone.
Tips for a seamless visit
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I check in?
I am having trouble with my webcam and microphone
My microphone is not working
What is Doxy.me?
Doxy.me is the third party online platform we are using to conduct our telemedicine appointment.
Are telemedicine appointments covered by insurance?
Is my virtual visit secure?
Can I speak with someone directly who can guide me through the technical setup process?
We recommend using a laptop, but you can also use a smartphone or tablet. Ensure that your device has a working camera and microphone and that you have good WiFi. If you have a friend or family member who is more comfortable with technology, consider asking them to help you prepare for your visit.