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Online scheduling available for doctor appointments

Online scheduling available for doctor appointments
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Tuesday, July 2, 2013 - 12:16pm

Sierra Providence Health Network's announced the launching of Same Day Doc-Schedule It, an innovative scheduling tool that will enable patients to easily search and book real-time health care appointments online.

This new platform will change the way patients and providers connect and will bring patients healthcare with the touch of a button. 

"The new system, which we have introduced under the name Schedule It, is easy to use and allows patients the ability to schedule appointments at their convenience," Rob Anderson, Director of Business Development & Marketing for Sierra Providence Health Network said. "It enables Sierra Providence to offer patients and referring providers a single point of access to book into our vast outpatient delivery network."

Patients will be able to access this new tool by visiting the www.sphn.com <http://www.sphn.com> and clinking on the Schedule It icon on the front page. The patient then follows the prompts to schedule their appointment for the time and location of their choice. Schedule It is free to the public and will even provide appointment reminders via email. Appointments can be made 24/7 from any computer, Smart Phone or Internet connected device.

"We are excited to bring this convenient new platform to the El Paso community." said Eric Evans, CEO for Sierra Medical Center and Providence Memorial Hospital. "Patients will be able to access real-time schedules to make appointments on-line for anything from a routine doctor's visit, X-ray or even mammogram from the comfort of their home, without any hassle. We are glad to bring the coordination of care to a higher level and provide easier access to our community

A number of Sierra Providence Health Network-affiliated providers across the El Paso region have integrated this technology to provide convenient, online appointment scheduling for their patients.
 

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