Telehealth Social Media Toolkit & LTE Resource

Telehealth Social Media Toolkit


The NCAFP & NC Pediatric Society have created a toolkit to assist practices in promoting telehealth visits on social media.

The toolkit below includes graphics targeting specific demographics. The images can be customized with your practice logo and contact information (phone number, web address, etc.) or you may choose ready-made images from the toolkit.

1). View these graphics & instructions

2). Customize with your practice logo & contact information if you wish

3). Download selections as .png or .jpg images. (Instructions are included) 

Please retweet our telehealth tweets @myncafp and share our telehealth themed Facebook posts throughout this month with your contact information as a preamble.

Problems/need help? Call or email Tara Hinkle at 919-980-5381 or


Letter to the Editor Resource


Feel free to copy & paste the verbiage below and send to your local media with your name and designation as author.  Please note:  this letter has already been sent to newspapers in the following cities:  Asheville, Creedmoor, Fayetteville, Gastonia, Greenville, Greensboro, Henderson, Mooresville, Raeford, and Wilmington.


Do Your Part – Stay Home, but Don’t Ignore Your Health

We are in unprecedented times and must take unprecedented action. As a physician, I am urging you to stay home, shelter in place, and help us defeat coronavirus.  But it’s also important to continue to care for other aspects of your health.

North Carolina’s family physicians and pediatricians have quickly implemented telehealth — where you connect with your doctor through video or even a telephone call -- so you can stay in touch with your medical home while preventing the spread of coronavirus.  Federal and state policy-makers, as well as private insurance companies, have made it much easier for doctors to provide care using technology.

Don’t skip your care.  We still need to check on you and make sure chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension are under control and that your child’s development is on track.  Your primary care physician knows you and knows your history. And now they can care for you virtually.  Give them a call and schedule a telehealth visit: it’s fast, easy and covered by most insurance.  

YOUR doctor is virtually in!