At ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care, we use the Doxy.me to connect medical providers with patients to evaluate, diagnose and treat urgent medical needs.
Yes. These two phrases are often used interchangeably when referring to the practice of using electronic communications to connect medical providers with patients.
As with any healthcare visit, we recommend patients reach out to their specific insurance provider to confirm coverage prior to their Virtual Visit.
No insurance? No problem! Health care can be confusing and expensive. The stress of being uninsured, and the financial burden of ever-increasing health plan deductibles often lead to patients postponing or denying themselves the medical care they need. ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care recognizes the need for more affordable and convenient options and has introduced $99 Virtual Visits available now through May 31, 2021.
*$99 VIRTUAL VISITS (aka TELEMEDICINE) DETAILS, TERMS & CONDITIONS: $99 Virtual Visits are valid from March 15th through May 31st, 2021 for Prompt-Pay patients only. Initial payment is due in full at the time of service. An additional $40 charge will be collected if in-center testing or procedures are deemed necessary by the provider. Additional charges may occur for immunizations, durable medical equipment, prescription medications filled onsite, COVID-19 rapid antigen testing, and outside lab tests (Quest). Prompt-Pay prices cannot be used in conjunction with insurance.
Virtual Urgent Care Visits allow patients to receive affordable, compassionate, exceptional patient care without leaving their home. This reduces the time and costs associated with traveling for an in-person visit.
It is possible that you may experience some technical difficulties with your connection or software. It is important to ‘Check Your Tech’ (ensure you have internet access, check power supply, test your video/volume quality, etc) prior to your visit to ensure a successful evaluation. If challenges continue, the visit can likely still be done via a phone call.
ATTENTION: Certain services such as COVID-19 testing evaluation and Physicals (including DOT) are performed in-person at one of our urgent care centers and CANNOT be performed through Virtual Visits. If you’re seeking these type of services, please select a center closest to you to register for an in-person visit.
Yes. Virtual Visits and associated software are held to the same privacy regulations as in-person medical visits. We are proud to partner with Doxy.me, a HIPAA compliant virtual visit software provider.
Can I make a Virtual Visit appointment?
While we do not offer appointments, patients will need to save their spot in line by pre-registering online. Patients will be seen on a first come, first serve basis, or they can select an available time slot that works best for their schedule.
How do I reserve a spot in line for a Virtual Visit?
To reserve a spot, click here or reach out to our expert team of Virtual Visit providers at (603) 667-9075.
Virtual Visits for Illness and Injury
ClearChoiceMD Virtual Urgent Care Visits can evaluate and treat a variety of common illnesses and injuries including, but not limited to:
- Allergies, Asthma
- Cold, Cough, Flu
- Cold Sore
- COVID-19 Evaluation (PCR, Antigen, or Antibody)
- Earache, Swimmer’s Ear
- Head Lice
- Headache, Migraine
- Insect Bites and Stings, Tick Bites
- Joint Aches and Pains
- Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
- Pink Eye, Stye
- Skin Conditions: Dermatitis, Eczema, Hives, Poison Ivy/Oak, Psoriasis, Rash, Ringworm, Sunburn, Shingles
- Sore Throat
- Sprains, Strains
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Yeast Infection
- Urgent Care Follow-Up Visits
- Workers’ Comp Follow-Up Visits
ATTENTION: Certain services such as Physicals (including DOT) are performed in-person at one of our urgent care centers and CANNOT be performed through Virtual Visits. If you’re seeking these type of services, please select a center closest to you to register for an in-person visit.
What If I need follow-up care?
Depending on the circumstances, you provider may schedule another Virtual Visit, request an in-person follow up visit, or refer you to a specialist.
Can I receive prescriptions?
Yes. If your provider determines medication is needed, they can write a prescription and send it to your pharmacy of choice.