our medical providers will help you answer questions like:
- Is this a serious situation? Do I come to the Urgent Care or do I need to go to the Emergency Room? Is this contagious? Can I still go to work or school? Should I take a day off?
- What should I do to treat this? What caused this? What can I expect to happen over the next few days? Can I still go on my upcoming trip? Which Specialist should I go to?
- Can you call a prescription in for me? Is there a home remedy that you recommend? I don’t have time to come into the Urgent Care or go to the doctor this week.
- What can I do in the meantime? Does this condition need an x-ray? Do I have to get the x-ray right now?
HOW DOES video chat WORK?
You can see a St. Francis Medical Provider through Video Chat by clicking on START A VIDEO CHAT NOW and providing the requested information in order to start your Visit.
HOW MUCH DOes a Video Chat COST?
It only costs $45.00 to have Video Chat visit with one of our Medical Providers.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT?
Once you have registered, by answering a few questions and submitting payment, you will be placed in a virtual room, and your provider will then see you promptly! If a provider is not available at the time of your registration, you will be prompted to reserve your spot. Then close to the time of your appointment, you will get a text message from us to visit the virtual exam room.
Our Medical Providers listen to you and see you. Depending on your unique symptoms and problems, our Providers will let you know whether you need to come into the Urgent Care in order to be treated, direct you to a specialist, send you to the best Emergency Room for you, set you up with an x-ray, or call in a prescription. Take the guesswork out of your medical care! Start with a Telemedicine visit instead, and VIDEO CHAT with a St. Francis Medical Provider now.
WHAT TYPES OF CONDITIONS ARE BEST FOR vIDEO CHAT?
- Diarrhea after traveling (not significantly vomiting)
- Seasonal allergies
- Simple UTIs
- Joint pain
- Skin conditions:
- Athletes foot
- Head lice
- Poison ivy, poison oak
- Oral or mouth and cold sores
- Discussing and sharing test results
- Traveler's diarrhea
- Travel medications (Malaria pills, antibiotics for potential traveler’s diarrhea, medications for nausea)
- A pediatric question or consultation for your child