COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in the U.S. and each day we are bombarded with more headlines. Quarantines, an unpredictable economy, along with the inevitable fear of getting sick, are taking a massive toll on our nation’s mental health.
PlushCare doctors are available to help treat anxiety and depression that may be brought on, or made worse, by the pandemic.
Our board certified physicians can provide you with trusted information regarding the virus, including preventative information, medical screenings for symptoms and if necessary a testing order that may be required at your local testing site.
Our doctors can also help with your mental health concerns and can prescribe medication that is not classified as a controlled substance.
*NOTE: Due to a lack of scientific data at this time, PlushCare physicians do not prescribe ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, or azithromycin/other antibiotics to treat COVID-19.
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