This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Amwell. All opinions are my own.
You can create an account for free AND even give Amwell a try with this code: CARENOW12 Why wait until someone is sick? Go ahead and see how easy it is to set-up your Amwell account today!
1. Create an account BEFORE you need it!
I am a mother of four and luckily we have been able to stay out of the doctor’s office most years besides well checks. Eldest is the only one who has been in both the NICU and PICU. Princess has been to the Pediatric ER on two occasions. Big Red had planned dental treatment in the children’s hospital but Lil’ Red hasn’t needed any special care. We are also lucky enough to live less then 2 miles from our doctors and less then 35 miles from our local children’s hospital BUT I would still like the peace of mind of not having to travel for minor illnesses.
2. Fill out your profile.
You may think it’s silly to add your spouse or children when you plan to never need Amwell Medical, BUT if you were to need them it would speed things up if your profile and preferences for pharmacy, hospital, and local doctors were all filled in. Doctors take vacations or fall ill themselves so you never know when your local practitioner might be unavailable to you.
3. Test your PC to make sure you understand how everything works!
Once you have created an account and filled in your profile you should take the extra step of testing your computer! Again it’s much easier to do something in an emergency or stressful situation if you have already practiced it before.
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