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ACCESS TO TELEHEALTH

The most affordable way to get care. Same and next day appointments available. Unlimited messaging with your provider. Treatment plan tailored to you and your needs. Prescriptions sent to your favorite pharmacy.

Direct Primary Care Telehealth medical membership

$85

month-to-month & no contracts

$50 one-time enrollment fee

$120

one-time visit

Request Telehealth Appointment

Chronic conditions commonly treated via telehealth:

  • Diabetes: Monitoring blood sugar levels, medication management, and nutrition counseling.

  • High blood pressure and high cholesterol: Medication management and lifestyle coaching.

  • Asthma: Monitoring symptoms, medication management, and education on triggers.

  • Mental health conditions: Depression, anxiety, therapy, and medication management.

  • Chronic pain: Medication management, physical therapy consultations, and pain management techniques.

  • Obesity: Weight management strategies, nutrition counseling, and behavioral therapy.

 

Acute illnesses commonly treated via telehealth:

  • Colds and flu: Symptom evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations.

  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs): Diagnosis, treatment prescriptions, and follow-up.

  • Skin conditions: Rashes, acne, eczema, and other non-emergency concerns.

  • Minor injuries: Sprains, strains, cuts, and burns that don't require urgent care.

  • Allergies: Symptom management, medication refills, and allergy testing consultations.

 

Other conditions:

  • Earaches: Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations.

  • Headaches: Evaluation, diagnosis, and pain management advice.

  • Pink eye: Diagnosis, treatment prescriptions, and follow-up.

  • Gastrointestinal issues: Heartburn, nausea, constipation, and diarrhea.

  • Sexual health concerns: Birth control consultations, STI testing, and general advice.

  • Tobacco cessation: Support and counseling for individuals trying to quit smoking.

It's important to note that not all conditions are suitable for telehealth consultations. If you have any doubts, it's best to consult with your primary care provider or call us first.an.

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