Get Urgent Care in Georgia

Get urgent care through PlushCare's licensed Georgia doctors online. You can receive fast, reliable, and affordable urgent care treatment through a virtual appointment with our board-certified doctors. For greater accessibility and convenience, schedule a Georgia urgent care appointment at PlushCare today.

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Medication services available for adults and kids (3+)

We accept most major insurances although insurance is not required

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*Prescriptions provided at doctor’s discretion. Learn more about our controlled substances policy.

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Visit with a doctor on your smartphone or computer.

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We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy.

Urgent Care in Georgia

Get urgent care in Georgia today with a quality doctor online. Receive the treatment you need from PlushCare’s licensed doctors. Our physicians will provide you with compassionate attention and an expert diagnosis. PlushCare doctors in Georgia can write prescriptions for non-controlled substances and medications. Appointments are available every 15 minutes.

Find Out Why Patients Use Us For Urgent Care in Georgia

PlushCare makes it fast, easy, and simple to receive urgent care online in Georgia. First, you book a virtual appointment on your phone or computer with a doctor from a top 50 U.S. medical school. Then, you chat with the physician, who will provide you with a diagnosis, personalized treatment plan, and prescription if necessary. PlushCare is proud of our 97% patient satisfaction rating, and we look forward to providing you with the care you need.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Is Urgent Care in Georgia?

    The price of urgent care in Georgia will depend on whether you have a in-network health insurance plan and what coverage your plan offers. Booking an appointment with one of our doctors for patients with in-network insurance is typically $30. The cost is $129 for self-pay patients.

  • Is It Better to Go to the ER or Urgent Care?

    The emergency room (ER) is meant for critical or life-threatening medical situations, while urgent care is meant for less severe illnesses. Emergency conditions that should be treated by the ER include chest pain, stroke symptoms, major burns, and serious injuries. Urgent care can treat conditions such as minor cuts and injuries, common colds, sinus infections, and urinary tract infections.

  • Can Urgent Care Deny You?

    No, an urgent care clinic or ER cannot refuse or deny you treatment because of not having insurance. Urgent care typically cannot deny you or turn you away. However, you must have a method of payment available, as many urgent care clinics charge upfront for medical treatment. While urgent care is not free, most centers post a list of fees for common treatments. At PlushCare, we treat all patients whether or not they have insurance. While not all injuries, illnesses, or conditions are suitable for virtual urgent care appointments, depending on the situation, you may end up paying less through PlushCare than during an in-person visit.

  • How Does Virtual Urgent Care Work in Georgia?

    Virtual urgent care lets you talk with a doctor online or through your phone, typically through a video or voice call. When you use PlushCare for virtual urgent care, you book an appointment to speak with a doctor from a top 50 U.S. medical school. The licensed Georgia physician will listen to your urgent care needs, and then provide you with a diagnosis, treatment plan, and any prescriptions deemed necessary.

  • Can Urgent Care Prescribe Antibiotics?

    Yes, urgent care centers can typically prescribe antibiotics, as well as antiviral medications and pain medications. At PlushCare, doctors can provide prescriptions for non-controlled substances and medications. In order to receive certain medications, you must have a prescription from a licensed physician. PlushCare makes getting your needed prescriptions easy by having them sent to a local pharmacy of your choice after being approved by your doctor.

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