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Online Doctor in Massachusetts FAQ
Can You Get a Prescription From an Online Doctor in Massachusetts?
Yes, you can get a prescription from an online doctor in Massachusetts. At PlushCare, our online doctors will be able to complete virtual assessments to determine what prescription you may require. If your doctor establishes that you need a prescription, they will write it for you and electronically send it to your local pharmacy. Our online doctors cannot write prescriptions for controlled substances.
How Can I Talk to a Doctor Online in Massachusetts?
You can get an online doctor in Massachusetts with the help of PlushCare. We can connect you with our licensed Massachusetts doctors at a time that works for your schedule. You can make a same-day appointment with our physicians online by booking through our website or app, then complete your virtual appointment on your phone or computer. PlushCare makes telehealth simple, accessible, and quick for your convenience.
What Conditions Can Online Doctors Treat in Massachusetts?
Online doctors in Massachusetts can treat many conditions. We treat urgent medical conditions such as:
– Cold & flu
– Urinary tract infections
– Sinus infections
– Pink eye
– Bacterial infections
– Sore throat
– Bacterial vaginosis
We can also help treat ongoing conditions like:
– Thyroid disorders
And everyday care such as:
– Writing prescriptions
– Prescription refills
– Birth control
– Hair loss
PlushCare also focuses on mental health care, providing services including:
– Online therapy for anxiety and depression
– Care for mental health conditions
– Prescribing and refilling antidepressants
Do I Need Insurance to See an Online Doctor in Massachusetts?
No, you do not need insurance to see an online doctor in Massachusetts. At PlushCare, we accept patients with or without insurance.
Is Telemedicine Legal in Massachusetts?
Yes, telemedicine is legal in Massachusetts, as well as throughout the entire U.S. As a result of the COVID pandemic, telehealth is now a widely used form of healthcare.
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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