How does the process work?
Anyone can buy a test kit and monitor their hormone levels. Patients wanting to get a doctor consultation need to upload lab results that are less than 4 months old. If you don't have recent lab results, you can use one of our test kits and you will be able to talk to a doctor after getting the results.
Our doctors are available in the following states: California, Texas, Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Missouri and Colorado.
Who would not be a good fit for Paloma Health?
To receive treatment from Paloma, a patient must:
- Speak and read English
- Be 18 or older and 69 or younger
- Have access and basic ability to use a smartphone, tablet, or computer
- Not have any medical conditions that cannot be properly supervised through our remote care model at this time.
Our medical team reviews each patient carefully, so if in doubt, please reach out to us!
Where is the Paloma Health Treatment available?
The Paloma blood test kist are currently only available in the United States, with the exception of NY, NJ, RI and MD (temporarily).
Our Physicians can see patients in the states they are licensed in: AZ, CA, CO, FL, IL, IN, MD, MI, MN, MO, OH, PA, TN, TX and VA. You won't be able to see a doctor and get a prescription if you don't live in one of these states.
What makes Paloma Health different?
We believe the way you feel is more important than your lab numbers.
We believe the thyroid gland is one of the most important contributors to your wellbeing and if not closely monitored can make you feel at best, "not your best" and at worst, worn out, depressed, struggling with weight, unable to function well at your work, and stressed about all of this.
And because of this, we have created the most complete test kit that you can take at home, we've hired the best doctors to help treat and stay on top of your hypothyroidism in addition to health coaches to help you with holistic approaches to your health - from the best diet, to managing stress, to the right exercise to help maintain your best thyroid health.