COVID-19 Telemedicine

COVID-19 & RejuvinAge Patient Telemedicine

Due to the current situation with COVID-19 in the US and Hampton Roads, our clinic is temporarily closed for in-person appointments and has implemented a telemedicine continuity plan. Until further notice, Dr. Krup and staff will offer new consultations and follow-up appointments via telephone so that we may continue to safely assist our patients, protect our staff, and help prevent the spread of the virus in our community.

How to Schedule a Telemedicine Appointment

For new patient consultations, we recommend to first complete our male or female questionnaire. Upon receipt, our patient coordinator will follow-up with you to schedule your initial consultation.

BHRT Program Lab Panels

Program lab panel testing will resume as COVID-19 conditions improve. Our goal is to reduce any unnecessary risk for new and existing patients. Our patient coordinator will be available to best provide up-to-date LabCorp location and service availability for your upcoming visit (TBD).

Program Prescription Management

BHRT prescription management services will remain unaffected by our temporary switch to telemedicine. RejuvinAge will continue to provide our patients with efficient and cost-effective prescription management services.

When Will Clinic Visits Become Available?

RejuvinAge will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and available information from state and federal authorities, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of Health and Human Services, and our program partners. At this time, we cannot provide a specific date for clinic appointment availability, though will look forward to providing in-person services soon as safely possible for our patients and staff.

How to Stay Informed

Visit us online here at our clinic news section and subscribe to our newsletter for periodic program and clinic updates.

Have a Question?

We are always here to help. Simply contact us for more program or scheduling information.

COVID-19 Notice

Individuals who are experiencing COVID-19 flu-like symptoms such as (but not limited to) fever, aches, or cough should consult their physician or other healthcare provider. If you are experiencing shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, please visit your closest Emergency Room or call 911.

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