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How it works
Book a same day appointment from anywhere.
Visit with a doctor on your smartphone or computer.
3 Pick up
We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy or by mail.
We accept these insurance plans and many more!
(The cost of your visit will be the same as your office copay)
PlushCare is HIPAA compliant and uses private and secure electronic health record systems to keep personal medical information safe.
Online Doctor in New York FAQ
Can Virtual Visit Doctors Prescribe Medicine in New York?
A licensed online doctor in New York can prescribe medicine to patients after a medical consultation. During a virtual visit at PlushCare, a licensed New York doctor will ask a patient about their medical history and current medications in order to determine their diagnosis and treatment plan. If a non-controlled substance or prescription medication is deemed necessary, the licensed physician will electronically send the prescription to the patient’s preferred pharmacy after the online appointment. The patient can then pick up the prescription at their convenience.
How Much Does a Virtual Doctor Visit Cost in New York?
The cost of a virtual doctor visit in New York will vary and be based on if you have insurance coverage, as well as which telehealth platform is being used. PlushCare treats patients with and without insurance. For patients with insurance, the cost to meet with an online doctor in New York at PlushCare is less than $25 on average (the cost of a virtual visit will be the same as an in-person office copay). For New York patients without insurance, the cost of an online doctor’s appointment at PlushCare is $119.
How Do I Set Up an Online Doctor Visit in New York?
One way to set up an online doctor visit in New York is to use a telehealth platform such as PlushCare. At PlushCare, you can meet with an online doctor in New York from the comfort of your own home. To get started, book an appointment online using the PlushCare app or website. Then, meet with your licensed PlushCare doctor over the phone or computer during your scheduled appointment time. The doctor will provide you with a diagnosis, treatment plan, and prescription if necessary. Your prescription will then be sent to a local pharmacy of your choice for pickup.
Can an Online Doctor Prescribe Antibiotics?
A prescription for antibiotics, such as penicillin and amoxicillin, is not available without having a medical consultation with a licensed doctor. At PlushCare, you can meet with an online doctor in New York through a virtual visit in order to receive a prescription for antibiotics. PlushCare’s board-certified doctors can also prescribe antiviral medications and other non-controlled substances and prescription medications.
Can I See an Online Doctor in New York Without Insurance?
You can see an online doctor in New York without insurance coverage if the telehealth platform you plan to use provides service for patients without insurance. PlushCare serves New York patients with and without insurance. The cost of an online appointment with a licensed New York doctor at PlushCare is $119. Meeting with an online doctor for a non-emergency condition may be more affordable than visiting a clinic in person.
Meet Our Board-Certified Online Doctors in New York
Benjamin Bowling, M.D.
Dr. Bowling earned his M.D. in 2008 from the Yale University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine in 2011. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine and a licensed New York doctor.
Allan Marks, M.D.
Dr. Allan Marks graduated from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in 1980 and completed residency at Stanford University Medical Center. Dr. Marks is licensed to practice medicine in New York.
Tina Wu, M.D.
Dr. Tina Wu is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and The University of Michigan Medical School, class of 2000. She completed her internal medicine residency at California Pacific Medical Center, a UCSF hospital. Dr. Wu is a licensed New York doctor.
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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