Please note: Until our offices reopen, ALL CoreLife appointments will be conducted via telehealth. If you already had an in-office appointment scheduled, please connect with your office team to confirm that you can be seen at that time via telehealth.
We are thrilled to introduce another way of continuing weekly appointments through telehealth visits. These visits will be made possible by using the video feature on the CoreLife app! We are committed to providing you the same level of care you have come to know and expect of the CoreLife program in these new and convenient visits.
How Does Telehealth Work?
Using CoreLife’s app, you’ll be able to connect with your Care Team through video conferencing for a scheduled visit. Just as you would at your in-office follow up, you will spend time meeting with your medical provider and then your registered dietitian. If you aren’t yet familiar with the CoreLife app, your manager will walk you through the process to help you get set up when you schedule your appointment.
How to Access the CoreLife App
- You will need a mobile device or tablet in order to download and use the CoreLife app.
- To download CoreLife’s FREE app, simply go to the Apple App Store or Google Play Store on your mobile device.
- Once in the app store, search for ‘CoreLife RPM.’
- Download the FREE app.
- Once it has downloaded, select the OPEN button to open the app on your device.
- Once opened, the app will direct you through the set up of your account.
- Once your account has been set up,
Please note: In order for the CoreLife team to be able to ‘call’ you through the CoreLife app, your notifications for the app must be turned ON.
If you have any questions, please contact your local clinic and they can walk you through the set up process prior to your telehealth appointment. You can also watch this step-by-step video tutorial of how to download and access the CoreLife app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRQsLy-KwS4&t=7s.
How to Schedule Your Telehealth Visit
To schedule your telehealth visit, please call or email your local clinic. Our office managers are actively scheduling patient appointments as well as reaching out to anyone who may already have an in-office appointment on the books.