Urgent Care in Massachusetts

See a doctor online for urgent care treatment in Massachusetts. Online urgent care can treat non-severe injuries, illnesses, and infections. Make an online urgent care appointment with one of our board-certified doctors today.

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Urgent Care in Massachusetts

Book an appointment with a Massachusetts online doctor for urgent care today. PlushCare licensed Massachusetts doctors are available to provide you with the urgent care treatment that you need. During online urgent care appointments, our doctors will provide you with a diagnosis and treatment plan, and can write a prescription if you qualify after a medical evaluation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can you book a telemedicine urgent care visit in Massachusetts?

    Yes, you can book a telemedicine urgent care visit in Massachusetts. Many non-emergency conditions treated at an in-person urgent care center are suitable to be addressed during a virtual visit. Online urgent care treats non-severe injuries, illnesses, and infections. Examples of conditions that can be treated through online urgent care include ear infections, sinus infections, urinary tract infections, common colds, and dehydration.

  • What is a telehealth virtual appointment?

    A telehealth virtual appointment is a doctor’s appointment that uses the technology of video conferencing to connect a patient with a doctor. The patient will use their computer or smartphone to talk to a doctor online. The doctor will conduct a virtual appointment the same way as they would for an in-person appointment, asking the patient about their symptoms, medical history, and current medications. The doctor will then diagnose the patient, create a treatment plan, and if necessary, write a prescription.

  • How do I get a virtual doctor appointment in Massachusetts?

    Here is an overview of how to get a virtual doctor appointment in Massachusetts: 

    • Step 1. Go to our website or app to book an appointment with one of our licensed Massachusetts doctors. Our doctors have appointments available every 15 minutes, so you can pick a time that is most convenient for you. 

    • Step 2. Use your computer or smartphone to attend your scheduled appointment. Your doctor will provide you with a diagnosis, treatment plan, and if needed, they will write you a prescription if you qualify.

    • Step 3. Pick up your prescription from your pharmacy. If your doctor decides that you need medication, they will write a prescription and electronically send it to your local pharmacy.

  • Should I go to urgent care or the ER?

    Choosing between urgent care and the ER can be decided based on the severity of your condition, and the urgency in which it must be treated. If you are having a life-threatening emergency. then you need to go to the emergency room. Common reasons to go to the emergency room include: 

    • Severe shortness of breath

    • Chest pains

    • Serious wounds and burns

    If your condition is less serious and could be treated in the next 24 hours, then urgent care is a better option. Common reasons to go to urgent care include: 

    • The cold

    • The flu

    • Strep throat

    • Ear infections

    • Sinus infections

    • Urinary tract infections (UTI)

  • Can urgent care give you a prescription in Massachusetts?

    Yes, urgent care doctors can give you a prescription in Massachusetts. During your appointment, your doctor will determine if a prescription is necessary, and if they do, they will electronically send it to your local pharmacy. Online doctors cannot write prescriptions for controlled substances. PlushCare online doctors in Massachusetts commonly write prescriptions for:

    • Antibiotics

    • Antivirals

    • Antidepressants

    • Antihistamines 

    • Birth control

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