Adults in New York State can have a live video visit with a Weill Cornell Emergency Medicine physician, right from their phone, tablet, or desktop. Patients can receive care for non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as the flu, a sore throat, or allergies, all from the comfort of home.
Patients can have a live video visit with their medical professional, right from their phone, tablet, or desktop, saving time and making these visits more convenient.
Patients can receive detailed written second opinions on their diagnosis or treatment from world-renowned specialists at Weill Cornell Medicine and ColumbiaDoctors, through a secure, easily accessible online service.
At NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital, patients visiting the Emergency Department with non-life threatening illnesses and injuries can have a live video visit with a Weill Cornell Emergency Medicine physician. The first program of its kind in New York, the program has reduced ED admission to discharge time from 2.5 hours to less than 35 minutes.
Autotexting is a communication platform that provides real-time status updates for patients and family members through text messages.
Patient Voice is a versatile tool that allows patients to educate themselves about their care, and providers to work more efficiently.