We are very proud of our virtual options, which allow patients to see one of our board-certified dermatologists from the comfort of their own home.

Our virtual options for dermatology include:

Video Visits (for patients)

Video visits allow for a real-time video conversation between you and your dermatologist from the comfort of your home. Give us a call at 800.922.0000 and we'll get you set up. Follow these video visit instructions when your appointment is about to begin. 

Log in and request an appointment online

E-Visits (for patients)

E-Visits are an easy way to get in touch with a health care provider when you don’t have time to make an actual appointment. 

An E-Visit is an online series of questions. The questions and your answers will be sent to a doctor for review. You will receive a response within three business days.

  • Log in to the One Chart | Patient Portal or the Nebraska Medicine app
  • Select E-Visit from "Your Menu"
  • Select "Skin Concerns"
  • Complete the series of questions to help the dermatologist evaluate your concern
  • Take pictures of your skin concern in a well-lit area
  • Attach the pictures and submit the E-Visit

Log in and start an e-visit

Telephone Visits (for patients)

We allow for phone-based evaluation and management services for established patients.



Examples of skin concerns which are best suited to teledermatology:

  • Rashes
  • Acne
  • Checks of concerning lesions
  • Concerns over a specific body area
  • Consultation for skin care/cosmetic concerns
  • Follow-up with your dermatologist

Unfortunately, a full body skin screening for skin cancer or check of many lesions are best evaluated in-person by your dermatologist during a clinic visit.

  • Preparing for a teledermatology visit

    If you would like to move forward with scheduling a teledermatology visit, this is how you can prepare.

    View More
  • How to take the best photos

    The higher quality your photos are increases the dermatologist’s ability to provide useful information for your concern. If the photos are poor-quality, the dermatologist may be limited in their ability to diagnose or offer treatment for your concerns.

    View More

Have questions? We're here to help.

Contact us to make an appointment