Telemedicine Services


Amanda Harris, Telemed Coordinator

Department Services

We provide specialty services via video from Mayers Memorial Hospital. This saves the patient the time and cost of visiting a remote specialist. Currently we offer:

Endocrinology
Nutrition
Psychiatry
Neurology

We also offer Hep C consultation services upon request of the patient's primary care physician.

Important Update regarding the Telemedicine Program at Mayers Memorial Hospital

We can now accept all Medicare patients for Endocrinology, Nutrition and Hep C* Telemed Clinics! They no longer must have PHC as their secondary insurance. We will still be accepting Partnership patients as well.

If you have any questions or comments about the referral process, feel free to ask your referral coordinator or contact the Telemedicine Coordinator at Mayers:

Amanda Harris, Telemed Coordinator
(530) 336-5511 ext. 1316
[email protected]

* Note that Hep C clinics are not regularly scheduled but planned based on demand. Endocrinology and Nutrition are monthly, but that can be increased based on demand. Psychiatry is still only available for straight Partnership patients at this time.

Department Hours

This can vary based on specialty. I always encourage patients to call my office anytime, I receive the voicemails and get back to them as soon as possible. We currently have Psychiatry clinic twice a month, Endocrinology clinic once a month and Hep C and Nutrition clinics as needed.

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In 1949 a Chamber of Commerce hospital committee was formed and began taking the first steps toward a visionary project -Ward Memorial Hospital. The Chamber's "Hospital Committee" compiled the costs of building a new hospital to present to taxpayers -the first hospital bond issue was defeated in 1950. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. After one private hospital discontinued practice due to inadequate facilities, leaving only one that could handle just 23 patients, the need for a county hospital was again fronted to the citizens in 1953. With the support of local doctors, civic groups and women's clubs, a bond election was called in March of 1954. In June of 1954 the voters voted six-to-one in favor of a county hospital.