Your health and time are valuable.
ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care Virtual Visits are now available for a variety of illnesses and injuries. Our virtual visits are easily accessible and conveniently offered seven days a week, from 8am-6pm.
Our expert team of telehealth medical providers are here to evaluate and treat many common ailments through our virtual urgent care platform.
Virtual Visit Services Include:
- Cold and Flu
- COVID-19 Screening
- Insect Bites and Stings
- Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
- Pink Eye
- Rash and Skin Irritations
- Sore Throat
- Sprains and Strains
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Workers’ Comp Follow-Up Visits
Virtual Visit Requirements:
Please note that video capability is required for our Virtual Visit program. Please make sure you have a smartphone, tablet or computer with a camera, microphone and speaker.
Prior to your visit, please download the Zoom app and test the website on your device. To minimize wait time with registration, please take a picture of your license and a picture of the front and back of your insurance card in advance.
Tips for a Successful Virtual Visit:
1. Reach out to your insurance company.
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! Our centers are able to offer Virtual Visits under our standard Prompt-Pay program.
2. Reserve your spot.
To reserve your spot in line for a ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care Virtual Visit, please click here or call us at (603) 667 – 9075.
3. Download the Zoom app.
ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care Virtual Visits require you to download the Zoom app. Be sure to check video quality on your device prior to your visit by using “Pre-call Test”.
4. Check your tech.
What device are you going to use for your Virtual Visit? It can be a computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet. Make sure the device is charged or plugged in and has a reliable internet connection. Be sure to close all unnecessary programs on your device.
5. Get ready for registration.
To minimize wait time with registration, please take a picture of your license and a picture of the front and back of your insurance card in advance.
6. Prepare your medical history.
Have a list of chronic illnesses and current medication available.
7. Make a list of your current symptoms.
When did symptoms start and how severe are they? Do you have a headache, fatigue or stomach pains?
8. Get a writing utensil and paper.
During your call, it is important to write down notes about your treatment plan.
9. Set up for success.
Find a quiet, private and well-lit space in your home where you can focus solely on getting the care you need. Make sure to hold the camera or aim the webcam at eye level.
10. Ask questions.
Be sure to ask your provider any questions if something during your visit is unclear regarding medications or your treatment plan.
*If the patient is under 18, both the patient and parent or guardian need to be visible during the visit.
**Please refrain from using the Virtual Visit platform while driving, and remember to follow all Federal, State and Local laws regarding hands free utilization of devices.