Meet With a Mississippi Online Doctor

Meet with a Mississippi board-certified doctor today through PlushCare. Our compassionate online doctors have graduated from the top 50 medical schools in the U.S and have an average of 15 years of experience. Book a telehealth session now.

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Our online doctors have treated over 415,000 patients.

See an Online Doctor in Mississippi 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 Mississippi 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.

Is telemedicine legal in Mississippi?

Yes. Telemedicine is legal in Mississippi. However, always be sure to use reputable and HIPAA-compliant telehealth platforms, such as PlushCare, to connect to Mississippi board-certified doctors online.

Can an online doctor diagnose you in Mississippi?

Yes. An online doctor can diagnose you in Mississippi. Similar to an in-office session, the online doctor will ask you about your medical history, medications, and work with you to characterize your symptoms in order to determine a diagnosis.

Can an online doctor prescribe antibiotics?

Yes. An online doctor can prescribe antibiotics. Antibiotic prescriptions require consultations with board-certified doctors. During a session, a PlushCare doctor can determine if antibiotics are necessary as part of your treatment plan and write you a prescription.

Do online doctors accept insurance?

Yes. Online doctors typically accept insurance. However, always double check with your doctors and insurance carriers to confirm. PlushCare is in-network with most major insurers in the U.S. and accepts most major insurance plans.


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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