VIRTUAL MATERNITY CARE VIA TELEHEALTH – THE JJ WAYⓇ

What is virtual maternity care The JJ WayⓇ?

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Midwife Jennie Joseph has created a safe and convenient way for you to receive essential prenatal and postpartum care from the comfort of your own home or while at work, in order to reduce the risk of exposure to infection during the COVID 19 pandemic.

How is virtual maternity care The JJ WayⓇ safe?

This care allows you to interact with your health care provider one-to-one and by your choice of either a phone call or video interaction on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop device. Along with additional opportunities for questions and information exchange through email and text messaging, this personalized experience makes sure that your team of providers  focus completely on you and your baby’s health  and are directly accessible and responsive to you whenever needed. Whenever a physical exam, cervical check or high risk consultation is necessary you will be seen in person at the office or referred to one of our collaborating physicians offices. All necessary labs and ultrasounds are referred out to our collaborating partners and are conducted at their remote locations as per your prenatal care schedule.

Are you eligible for virtual care via telehealth? If you have any high risk concerns or prefer to be seen in person by an OB physician we are happy to refer you to the High Risk Clinic at Winnie Palmer Hospital or to our private Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) doctor or private OB doctors. Please email andrea@commonsensechildbirth.org for more details.  If you would like to see a Family Practice OB doctor for low-risk care we can make the referral to the family medicine group at Advent Health.  We fully understand and appreciate that not everyone is comfortable with virtual care. 

 

The Easy Access clinic team includes Clinical Director/Supervisor – Midwife Jennie Joseph; Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner – Vicky Smith; Office Medical Assistant – Andrea Galotti; Maternal Health Providers (Spanish Language) – Monica Prieto, Doris Quintero, and (Portuguese Language) – Monica Silva and student midwives, student nurse practitioners.  Our team refers patients for labor and delivery services to our collaborating OB hospitalist doctors and midwives at Winnie Palmer and Advent Health hospitals in the Central Florida region. 

How do I set up my first appointment for virtual care at the Easy Access Clinic?

Please email andrea@commonsensechildbirth.org. Once you are established as a patient you will be given a 24 hour phone number for urgent concerns. If you are experiencing an emergency please go to your nearest hospital or call 911.