Virtual Care

Horizon has been using Virtual Care (also referred to as Telehealth) since 1998. This has helped thousands of patients and clinicians enhance their care. Since March 2020, more than 1,500 clinicians have begun using Horizon’s Virtual Care Platform.

Virtual Care can help with the following with either one-on-one consults or group sessions:

Did you know?

Horizon’s community health centres are able to book Virtual Care appointments.

  • Ask your primary care provider for a Virtual Care appointment when booking. Click here for a list of Horizon’s community health centres.

Patients can use their own devices to connect with their primary care provider and other clinicians on our Horizon network in a private and secure manner. To access Virtual Care, patients need:

  • Internet access
  • Device (tablet, phone, iPad, computer with camera etc.) that allows video and audio (similar to FaceTime or Skype)

Horizon’s Mobile App

Patients can use Horizon’s Virtual App (by invitation from their clinician) to securely send pictures and videos for treatment purposes.

Patients can download the app from the Apple or Google Play Store: