Obstetrics and Gynecology Telemedicine Appointments

Mount Sinai’s Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science offers telemedicine/video appointments to maximize the patient experience and efficiency. We recognize during this heightened alert about COVID-19 that this convenient service is extremely helpful by reducing your potential risk of exposure. Used primarily for selected new and follow-up care, these appointments may be made for certain visit types and physicians in obstetrics and gynecology.

We would like to offer all new patients the same courtesy and convenience. However, we appreciate your understanding that many obstetrics and gynecology visits require a physical examination in the office. Follow-up visits often do not require in-office exams or technology and are shorter consultations than initial visits. Hence, telemedicine is an effective channel to receive quality follow-up care without the hassle of commuting for your appointment. Our patients receive the benefits of video visits, including prescribing of medications, if appropriate.

Frequently Asked Questions about Telemedicine

Which obstetrics and gynecology physicians participate in telehealth appointments?
Many Mount Sinai faculty practice physicians participate in this telemedicine service. Please find our individual providers below. Click on their name to see their profile and obtain contact information for their offices.

Obstetricians and Gynecologists

What types of obstetrics and gynecology appointments can take place via video visits?
As noted above, we predominantly use this delivery care method for follow-up visits that entail viewing a healing wound or discussing remaining symptoms, postoperative discomfort, quality of life questions (i.e. when to return to exercise or work routines) and medications.

How do I book a telemedicine appointment?
Please contact your provider’s office via Mount Sinai MyChart. Patients must be registered on MyChart to schedule telemedicine visits. On the MyChart page, you will find instructions entailing how to schedule an appointment, how to download and use the app MyChart for your video visit, and what to do in preparation of your video visit.

What kind of phone, tablet or computer setup is required?
MyChart telemedicine appointments can be performed using the Mount Sinai MyChart app (can be found and downloaded in the Google Play store or itunes) on any Android or iOS phone or tablet released in the last few years.

Is my health care information safe while participating in this online visit?
Mount Sinai employs encrypted, HIPAA-compliant technology to connect you to our doctors. No one is present in the room with the doctor or listening on the line; you can confidently discuss your health in an environment of secure privacy.

Is there a copay for a telemedicine visit?
Yes, there is a copay for appointments not related to COVID-19. If you are seeking a telemedicine consult for cold and flu symptoms, you may also schedule an appointment with Mount Sinai’s Video Urgent Care.