Meet With an Idaho Online Doctor

Meet with an Idaho board-certified doctor today to get a personalized treatment plan. Our doctors have an average of 15 years of experience and come from the top 50 medical schools in the U.S. Book a consultation with an Idaho licensed doctor today.

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Our online doctors have treated over 415,000 patients.

See an Online Doctor in Idaho for Primary Care

Acne

ADHD

Allergies

Anxiety

Asthma

Back pain

Birth control

Depression

Diabetes

Erectile dysfunction

High blood pressure

High cholesterol

HIV (PrEP)

Migraines

Prescriptions

Prescription Refills

Thyroid disorders

Mental health

See an Online Doctor in Idaho for Urgent Care

Bronchitis

Dental infection

Ear infections

Gout

PEP

Migraines 

Pink eye

Pneumonia

Rashes

Cellulitis

Stomach issues

Sinus infections

Strep throat

Tonsillitis

UTI

Vaginitis

Vertigo

Yeast infections

PlushCare also offers online mental health services and online therapy.

Online Doctor in Idaho FAQ

Is telemedicine legal in Idaho?

Yes, telemedicine is legal in Idaho. It is important to only connect with Idaho licensed doctors online via a reputable and HIPAA-compliant platform, such as ours.

Can an Idaho online doctor diagnose you?

Yes, Idaho online doctors can diagnose you. During an online consultation, the doctor will use methods such as asking about your medical history, medications, and current symptoms in order to derive a diagnosis for you.

Can an Idaho online doctor prescribe antibiotics?

Yes, Idaho board-certified online doctors can prescribe antibiotics after a medical consultation. You can meet virtually with one of our licensed doctors in Idaho to receive a prescription for antibiotics.

What does an Idaho telehealth visit consist of?

We make telehealth visits easy. First, book an appointment online with a board-certified doctor of your choice. Attend your appointment through our website or app using your smartphone or computer. Similar to an in-person session, your doctor will diagnose you and create a treatment plan accordingly. If medication is prescribed, your doctor will send the prescription electronically to your local pharmacy.


Telehealth is not appropriate for serious conditions that require immediate attention or emergency care. If you experience any life-threatening issues, call 911 or go to an emergency room immediately.


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