Meet With a North Carolina Online Doctor

Meet with a licensed doctor in North Carolina with PlushCare. All of our doctors are graduates of the top 50 medical schools in the U.S. and have an average of 15 years of experience. You can make an appointment in as little as 15 minutes. Make an online doctor appointment with a board-certified North Carolina doctor at PlushCare today.

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Our online doctors have treated over 415,000 patients.

See an Online Doctor in North Carolina 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 North Carolina 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 North Carolina?

Yes, telemedicine is legal in North Carolina. Telemedicine is defined by The North Carolina Medical Board (NCMB) as “the practice of medicine by using electronic communication, or other means of information technology, between a physician in one location, and a patient in another location with or without an intervening healthcare provider.” This refers to any form of electronic communication with a doctor using a website or app.

PlushCare offers virtual appointments with licensed doctors from your phone or computer. When you speak to one of our experienced and qualified doctors, they will be able to diagnose your condition, create a treatment plan, and, if needed, prescribe medication.

How much does an online doctor cost in North Carolina?

The cost of online doctors will vary in North Carolina, although online doctors typically cost less than traditional in-person doctor visits. The cost of a doctor visit, online or in person, will depend on factors like insurance coverage and the hospital or telehealth platform you choose.

How does virtual urgent care work in North Carolina?

Virtual urgent care in North Carolina can be done through online doctor visits on phones or computers. Instead of patients going to the doctor’s office, they complete their appointments virtually in the comfort of their own homes. Urgent care is a crucial aspect of telehealth and refers to medical attention for ailments that require immediate attention, but are not life-threatening. Many issues can be solved with online urgent care. Some examples of conditions that can be treated with virtual urgent care include: 

-Rashes

-Migraines

-Bronchitis

-Strep throat

-Tonsillitis

-UTI

-Dental infection

-Ear infections

-Yeast infections

-Sinus infections

How can I get a prescription online without going to the doctor in North Carolina?

You cannot get a prescription online without going to the doctor in North Carolina. It is illegal to do so, and if a website claims that you can, it is fraud. In order to get a prescription online in North Carolina, you must have a virtual consultation with a licensed doctor. PlushCare offers online doctor’s visits with board-certified physicians who can evaluate you, and if you need it, can write you a prescription. They will then electronically send the prescription to your local pharmacy.

Can an online doctor in North Carolina prescribe antibiotics?

Yes, an online doctor in North Carolina can prescribe antibiotics. In order to get an antibiotics prescription online, you must first have a virtual medical consultation with a licensed doctor. At PlushCare, our board-certified physicians can provide you with a diagnosis and treatment plan, and prescribe antibiotics if they conclude that they are necessary. Along with antibiotics, PlushCare’s online North Carolina doctors can also prescribe antiviral medications and other non-controlled substances and prescription medications. Once they write the prescription, they will electronically send it 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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