Do You Need a Referral
To See a Diabetic Specialist?

  • Prescriptions, refills, lab results, specialist referrals and more.
  • Convenient, same-day appointments.
  • Open 7-days a week, 8am - 9pm (EST).
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Virtual Health Clinic

Book an appointment through our online clinic to get a referral for a Diabetes Doctor.
Chat with a Virtual Health Clinic virtual doctor about your medical history and current symptoms.
Get your assessment, diagnosis, and specialist referral all from the comfort of your home.

When to See a
Diabetes Specialist!

Suffering from diabetes? Without proper management or positive changes, diabetes problems can continue to escalate.

Losing weight, eating a healthy diet, and taking your medications as prescribed by your online doctor all are steps to keep your diabetes controlled. Adhere to your scheduled appointments with the doctor and notify them if anything in your health changes. You may need to see a diabetes specialist, or endocrinologist, to control diabetes successfully.

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Reasons To See
an Endocrinologist

  • arrow Your primary care provider recommends a Diabetes Specialist
  • arrow You want a second opinion
  • arrow Your attempts to control diabetes are unsuccessful
  • arrow You are seeking the right educational material to help you
  • arrow You are experiencing complications managing your diabetes.
  • arrow Conventional treatments don’t work
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What Are the
Symptoms of Diabetes?

The following are some of the common symptoms of diabetes.

  • arrow Excessive thirst
  • arrow Extreme hunger
  • arrow Sudden vision changes
  • arrow Tingling or numbness in hands or feet
  • arrow Unexplained weight loss
  • arrow Feeling very tired most of the time
  • arrow Frequent urination
  • arrow Sores that are slow to heal
  • arrow Very dry skin
  • arrow More infections than usual

The Virtual Health Clinic can refer you to a Diabetes Specialist who can offer support for people suffering from:

  • arrow Type 1 Diabetes
  • arrow Type 2 Diabetes (on insulin or insulin pump)
  • arrow Gestational Diabetes
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Diabetes Affects
Every System in the Body

Symptoms of diabetes can appear in unrelated places, such as the eyes, which are harmed by high blood sugar. For example, if you have a routine eye exam an ophthalmologist or optometrist may detect evidence of diabetes before other symptoms have developed.

The Virtual Health Clinic’s online doctors would start off by ordering blood work. Once the diagnosis is confirmed our healthcare provider will likely take the lead on managing your disease. However, you may need to visit and work with several other healthcare practitioners for diabetes management and as your diabetes advances, including:

  • arrow Endocrinologist
  • arrow Podiatrist
  • arrow Dietitian or Nutritionist
  • arrow Ophthalmologist
  • arrow Nephrologist
  • arrow Cardiologist
  • arrow Neurologist
  • arrow Physiatrist or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician
  • arrow Mental Health Provider, Pharmacist, and other Clinicians

What Are the
Benefits of Seeing
a Diabetes Specialist?

  • arrow Personalized treatment plan for managing your condition
  • arrow Help in gaining control over your disease
  • arrow Help in developing coping skills to face the daily challenges of the disease
  • arrow Reducing the risk of complications
  • arrow Better management of blood glucose levels
  • arrow Coordinating with your primary care doctor
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Frequently Asked Questions

At our Virtual Health Clinic, our healthcare providers can provide you with a specialist referral if you are dealing with various types of diabetes including Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Prediabetes, Gestational Diabetes, Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of the Adult (LADA), and Mature Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY).

Yes. After your consultation with our virtual doctor, an online diabetes referral will be sent to your nearest diabetes specialist.

During your appointment, our doctor will assess your symptoms and medical history. Be prepared to provide our doctor with your home blood sugar monitoring record. The healthcare provider will also ask you if you are experiencing any symptoms of hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia. Also, please inform our doctor about any changes in your medications, diet, or exercise during your consultation.

You can cancel your appointment by sending an email to Include your first name and last name in the subject line. You may also call or text the clinic at 844-222-7200.

Yes, you can get your prescriptions refilled or renewed by our healthcare providers after your consultation. If it is deemed safe and medically appropriate, a copy of your prescription will be sent electronically to a pharmacy of your choice, after which you can either pick up or choose to get them delivered to your home.

Our virtual doctors at the Virtual Health Clinic offer consultations in various languages including English, Farsi, French, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, Spanish, Swahili, and Urdu.

You will need your phone, tablet, or computer with internet connection, to speak to a doctor online. You will also need to have access to your email address to confirm your appointment details.