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Yes, you can talk to a Virginia doctor online. PlushCare connects you with board-certified doctors in Virginia who can address telehealth issues via virtual doctor appointments. All of our Virginia doctors are licensed, have graduated from a top 50 U.S. medical school, and have an average of 15 years of experience.
The cost of a virtual doctor’s visit will depend on what site you use to see a doctor and if you have health insurance. At PlushCare, if you have insurance, the cost of your visit could be covered, depending on your personal insurance plan. We accept patients both with and without insurance.
You can see an online doctor in Virginia by scheduling a visit with PlushCare. PlushCare connects patients with our top-quality online doctors. You just have to follow these simple steps:
1. Book an appointment online for when it is best for you. PlushCare offers telehealth services every day, including holidays, weekends, and outside of normal business hours.
2. Use our website or app to talk to one of our licensed doctors. Complete your virtual video appointment from your smartphone or computer. During your appointment, your doctor will diagnose you and create a unique treatment plan that works for you.
3. Pick up your prescription from your pharmacy. If your doctor writes you a prescription, they will send it directly to your local pharmacy for an easy pick-up.
4. Chat with your care team anytime. If you have questions or concerns after your appointment, you can chat using unlimited messaging with our care team, right from our app.
Yes, Virginia offers telemedicine. PlushCare, along with other telemedicine providers, offer healthcare online in Virginia. Telemedicine is legal in Virginia and the rest of the United States. PlushCare ensures that your data is protected, safe, and confidential. All of our video chats are HIPPA compliant, and data is fully encrypted.
Yes, online doctors can prescribe medicine in Virginia. To get an online prescription, you must first meet with a doctor. During your virtual visit, your doctor will establish if you need medication. If you qualify, they will write a prescription for you and electronically send it to your local pharmacy where you can pick it up.
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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