Virtual Visits

Virtual Visits are for ADHD, Anxiety/Depression, and Lab follow-up visits only!

Step 1. Make an appointment for a Doxy.me remote visit by calling (972)-875-6700.

PLEASE NOTE: Doxy Me works with CHROME or FIREFOX only.

Step 2. Download the Doxy.me app on your handheld device or go to the Doxy.me website on your computer and bookmark the page

Step 3. On the day of your appointment get your vital signs done by going to a local campus clinic, urgent care, school nurse, minute clinic, PCP, or higi station (Adults Only). The higi station does not check height. We need the height to monitor growth in children. Fax (972-875-6790) or E-mail them to familycareclinic@sbcglobal.net (Note: Email is NOT secure. By sending via email you are choosing to send health information through an unsecured method)  before your appointment.

[Vitals can include: Temperature, Pulse, Height, Weight, Blood Pressure, Oxygen saturation and BMI.
For adults: Blood pressure plus any other 2 
For children less than 18: Height, weight, plus at least one other. Higi station (Adults Only) The higi station does not check height. We need the height to monitor growth in children.]

Step 4. Call our office (972-875-6700) 30 minutes before your appointment to check-in. Be prepared to give payment over the phone with a credit card.

Step 5. Log in to (https://doxy.me/drlaws) on your handheld device or computer. The device must have a camera.

Step 6. The nurse will log in and review the vital signs with you and then ask you a few questions. 

Step 7. Wait for the Doctor.

Prescriptions will be sent electronically to your pharmacy. 

Patient Portal

Here are the instructions for patients to enroll online and make appointments:

Step 1: Ask the receptionist at Dr. Laws’ office to send you an invitation to the patient portal.
Step 2: You will receive an email from Practice Fusion with instructions for accessing the records online
Step 3: You can register by using one of the following methods: 

 A. Using the temporary PIN provided to you by the receptionist 

 B. Or using your phone number recorded by the doctor.

Once you’ve registered you can access your health records or schedule appointments.

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