Virtual Urgent Care
We are always there for you when you need us.
A virtual visit is an online video visit for simple medical problems. It is a easy way for patients to communicate with a healthcare provider via a smart phone, tablet or computer with a forward-facing camera.
You request an appointment online and get to see a provider in minutes, in the comfort of your own setting. The visit is $55 USD. Things like pink eye, bites, rashes, coughs, urinary problems, etc.
If medications need to be prescribed the medication can be sent to the pharmacy of the patient’s choice.
Virtual urgent care is $55 USD per consultation online, and additional $40.00 USD for at home sick visit.
We offer a membership service for $55 USD monthly, where you will get access to the provider every day from 9am to 9 pm for any urgent care need. No appointment needed just text the provider and we will accommodate a visit for you at the moment.
We are working in offering additional services: like discount prescribed medications and laboratories.
At this time, we are waiving the $160 initiation fee.
Because some services are not cover by the retainer, we recommend that patient acquire a high deductible wraparound policy to cover emergency’s and hospitalizations.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the responsibilities of a primary care physician?
The primary care physician is the person that patients go-to for a health check-up. He/she takes care of basic health care by focusing on general wellness and prevention of ailments. His/her job description entails making sure that patients get recommended health screenings and assessments.
Why is primary care so important?
A primary care physician is essential to help an individual navigate to good health and stay healthy; preventing disease by identifying risk factors; coordinating and managing chronic disease care for longevity and a better quality of life
Why do I need a referral from my primary care physician to see a specialist?
Many health insurance plans require a referral for specialized care as part of their coverage. Your primary care doctor partners with you during this process, and coordinates your treatment with the specialist.