Discuss signs and symptoms with a registered nurse to determine the next steps in your care.
Whenever you’re unsure if you require professional medical care. A registered nurse will go over your symptoms and help determine if rest and self-care, scheduling a doctor’s visit or a trip to urgent care is in your best interest.
24/7 access to a doctor for non-emergent medical problems from the convenience of your smart phone.
Non-emergent conditions such as cold and flu symptoms, bronchitis, allergies, poison ivy, sinus or ear infections. Great for when you need quick care on the go!
Scheduled doctor visits with your primary care provider.
Immunizations, yearly checkups or physicals, questions or concerns about lingering conditions and symptoms that can likely wait for a scheduled appointment.
Medical attention past regular office hours for moderate-to-severe conditions.
Urgent medical concerns such as broken bones, infection, allergic reaction or severe moderate-to-severe illness.
Access to medical attention for emergent situations.
When emergent medical attention is needed. Major injuries, infections, severe sickness or allergic reaction.