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Jodelle Yount, DO

Received her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from Ohio University. She then completed her residency in emergency medicine at Southern Ohio Medical Center. She is board-certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine.

She received a Master’s Degree in public health from The Ohio State University and a Master’s in Science with a concentration in clinical toxicology from The University of Florida. She is currently finishing her MBA from the University of Cincinati.

For her undegraduate work she studied biology and chemistry at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

Jodelle keeps busy with several additional businesses and interests. She is the owner of LEO Health and Wellness in Ashland Kentucky, runs a podcast Feed Your L.I.O.N. which can be found on AppleGoogle, and Spotify, and offers additional creative merchandise at Yount Box.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?

Dr. Yount will be accepting calls from the hours 10AM to 8PM. If she is busy with another patient you may receive her voicemail. Please leave a message with your name, number, and mention you are calling for a telemedicine visit. Depending on her day she may return your call quickly but please allow up to 12 hours to hear back from her.

Am I a good candidate?

Telemedicine phone calls are for simple questions or common illnesses such as flu, strep throat, urine infections, etc.  If you have something more severe such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, an injury that would need further evaluated by imaging or lab work up you would want to go to an Urgent Care or the Emergency Department.

What is the cost?

The phone calls are a flat fee per service of $80 dollars this includes speaking with the physician and prescriptions if necessary to be determined by the physician. This fee is non refundable and is charged on your debit or credit card prior to speaking with the physician. Insurance is not accepted.

Where is this available?

Due to regulations Dr. Yount is only able to treat patients in certain states. At the moment she is accepting patients from Ohio, North Carolina, Indiana, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, and Tennessee. If you are not in one of those states keep checking back because we will be adding more soo!

Why use telemedicine?

Telemedicine is a very convenient and easy way to get quick answers for simple ailments.  You do not have to wait in a waiting room or go anywhere to get answers to your questions and prescriptions that you need.

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