Meet with a Missouri Online Doctor

With PlushCare, you can speak with a Missouri licensed physician virtually from your phone or computer. Our doctors have an average of 15 years of experience and have each graduated from a top 50 US medical school. You can make an appointment to talk to a Missouri board-certified doctor today.

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Our online doctors have treated over 415,000 patients.

See an Online Doctor in Missouri 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 Missouri 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.

Does Missouri allow telemedicine?

Yes, Missouri allows telemedicine. Telemedicine platforms like PlushCare provide safe, accessible, and legal healthcare through the US. Telemedicine use has greatly increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, and continues to be a widely used form of connecting with healthcare providers.

Can a Missouri online doctor diagnose you?

A Missouri online doctor can diagnose you if your condition is communicable and testable through a virtual visit. Some conditions require extensive testing and in-person physicals to confirm a diagnosis, and therefore cannot be confirmed through an online appointment. If that is the case, your doctor will refer you to a specialist near you.

There are many conditions that can be diagnosed by an online doctor, including: 

– Pink eye

– Cold and flu symptoms

– Hair loss

– Allergies

– Erectile dysfunction

– Urinary tract infections (UTIs)

– Skin infections and rashes

– Cold sores

– Sinus infections

Can you talk to a doctor online in Missouri?

Yes, you can talk to a doctor online in Missouri. PlushCare provides an online option to access medical care, allowing people who previously had difficulty connecting with doctors for reasons like location and ability to travel to get the care they need. At PlushCare, we are proud to provide a virtual connection with our qualified doctors.

How do I set up an online doctor visit in Missouri?

Setting up an online doctor visit in Missouri with PlushCare can be done in the following simple steps: 

1. Book an online appointment for any time that is convenient for you. PlushCare doctors typically offer appointments every 15 minutes every day, even on holidays, weekends, and outside of normal business hours.

2. Use your smartphone or computer to attend your virtual video appointment. During your appointment, our doctors will ask specific questions to diagnose you and create a personalized treatment plan.

3. If your doctor determines that you need medication, they will write you a prescription and send it directly to your local pharmacy for easy pick-up.

4. If you have questions or concerns after your appointment, you have access to unlimited messaging with our care team right from our app.

What conditions can Missouri online doctors treat?

There are many conditions that Missouri doctors can treat online. Some of the conditions that are amenable to being treated virtually include:

– Urgent medical conditions

– Ongoing conditions

– Everyday care

– Mental health care

How does virtual urgent care work in Missouri?

Virtual urgent care works in Missouri with PlushCare by connecting you with our licensed and experienced physicians. Online urgent care is available to treat acute illnesses that need immediate attention from a doctor. Online urgent care does not replace the emergency room, which is for emergency situations such as severe injuries, seizures, chest pain, or any extreme symptoms.

Some examples of conditions that virtual urgent care with PlushCare can treat include:

– Strep Throat

– Ear Infections

– Urinary Tract Infections

– Cold Symptoms

– Flu Symptoms

– Upset Stomach


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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