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Get Urgent Care in California

PlushCare's licensed online California doctors can help with your urgent care needs. Save time and money and get high-quality treatment and prescription medication, just like you would at any other urgent care center. All in 15 minutes. Book a virtual appointment today.

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Urgent Care in California

See a California doctor online to get urgent care today. PlushCare’s California licensed doctors are available to treat your urgent care needs. Our doctors can write prescriptions for all non-controlled substances. Appointments are available every 15 minutes.

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PlushCare maintains a 97% patient satisfaction rating. You can speak with a top California doctor from your phone or computer, get a diagnosis, and prescription in 15 minutes. PlushCare only employs doctors who are graduates of the top 50 U.S. medical schools. We’re really proud of the level of care we provide to our California patients.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does Urgent Care Cost in California?

The cost of urgent care in California varies, and will depend on whether you have health insurance coverage. The average cost of California urgent care is between $100 and $150. Urgent care typically costs less than going to the emergency room. At PlushCare, the average cost of a virtual appointment for an insured patient is $25 (similar in price to a usual copay), and appointments for patients without insurance are $119.

Can You Go to Urgent Care For Free?

Although you can go to urgent care without having health insurance, you still need to pay for the treatment services, typically upfront. Many urgent care centers show patients a list of prices for common treatments and services. Be prepared and bring a method of payment with you. PlushCare serves California patients both with and without insurance, making it easy for you to book an appointment with an online doctor for urgent care needs.

How Does Virtual Urgent Care Work in California?

With virtual urgent care, you can talk to a doctor online through a video call or phone call. When you book an appointment with PlushCare, you schedule a time to meet with a licensed California doctor who graduated from one of the top 50 U.S. medical schools. During your virtual urgent care visit, the physician will provide you with a diagnosis and personal treatment plan based on your condition. The doctor can also write you a prescription for non-controlled substances and medicine, which can be sent to your local pharmacy or mailed to you.

When Should You Go to Urgent Care?

Urgent care treats non-severe injuries, illnesses, and infections. Examples of conditions that can be treated through urgent care include ear infections, sinus infections, urinary tract infections, common colds, and dehydration. Life-threatening conditions must be treated in an emergency room (ER). The ER treats injuries and conditions such as chest pain, stroke symptoms, severe wounds and burns, and shortness of breath.

Can Urgent Care Give You a Prescription?

Yes, urgent care doctors can provide you with a prescription for medications such as antibiotics and antivirals. Patients must speak with a doctor before receiving a prescription. PlushCare’s licensed California doctors can write prescriptions for non-controlled substances. Your medication is then conveniently sent to either a nearby pharmacy of your choice or directly mailed to you. Our doctors will make sure that you receive the appropriate care and treatment plan for your urgent medical needs.

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