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How MyConsult Online Medical Second Opinion Can Help You

For over 90 years, patients and families have looked to Cleveland Clinic for quality medical advice and treatment. Now you may consult with our world-renowned physicians from the comfort of your home by utilizing the MyConsult Online Medical Second Opinion service.

The MyConsult Online Medical Second Opinion service connects you to the specialty physician expertise you need when you are faced with a serious diagnosis. Following a thorough review of your medical records and diagnostic tests, Cleveland Clinic experts render a medical second opinion that includes treatment options or alternatives, as well as recommendations regarding your future therapeutic considerations.

When it comes to your health and well-being, confidently understanding your condition and your options is a crucial step in pursuing what is best for you.

If you have questions or need assistance regarding the MyConsult Online Medical Second Opinion program, please contact us at 1.800.223.2273 ext 43223

 



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