Get Urgent Care in New Jersey

Get virtual urgent care online through PlushCare's licensed New Jersey doctors. With online urgent care, you can get high-quality medical attention and necessary prescriptions from a board-certified physician - all in 15 minutes. Save time and money and book an affordable New Jersey urgent care appointment 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.

How it Works

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Book a same day appointment from anywhere. Why wait?

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Visit with a doctor on your smartphone or computer.

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Pick up

We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy.

Urgent Care in New Jersey

Get urgent care in New Jersey from a licensed online doctor. At PlushCare, you can receive fast urgent care treatment through a virtual visit with a board-certified doctor. Appointments are available every 15 minutes. During an online urgent care visit, you’ll receive an expert diagnosis and get a prescription for medication if needed. PlushCare doctors in New Jersey can write prescriptions for non-controlled substances.

See Why Patients Use Us For Urgent Care in New Jersey

PlushCare makes it easy to get online urgent care in New Jersey. Start by booking a virtual visit appointment on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Then, you will speak with a physician who graduated from one of the 50 U.S. medical schools. Your PlushCare doctor will quickly provide your urgent care diagnosis and treatment plan. You can also get a prescription written and sent to your local pharmacy. We look forward to providing you with the care you need.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Is Urgent Care in New Jersey?

    The cost of urgent care in New Jersey varies on the type of treatment and is typically based on whether you have in-network health insurance. The cost of an appointment with one of our board-certifies doctors is typically $30 for patients with in-network insurance, and $129 for self-pay patients.

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

    Urgent care is for common medical conditions that need timely care, while the emergency room (ER) is for serious, life-threatening medical situations that require immediate treatment. Examples of conditions that should be treated at the ER include:

    • Serious burns

    • Chest pain

    • Stroke symptoms

    • Major injuries

    • Severe wound

    Examples of conditions that can be treated at urgent care include:

    • Sinus infection

    • Strep throat

    • Ear infection

    • Common cold

    • Urinary tract infection (UTI)

  • Can I Go to Urgent Care If I Don’t Have a Doctor?

    Yes, you can go to urgent care if you can’t wait to see a doctor or are not close to a doctor’s office. Urgent care in New Jersey is often open longer hours than a typical doctor’s office. If you do not have a primary care physician or do not have insurance, you can still go to urgent care in person or online. You still need to be able to pay for your appointment. Booking a virtual urgent care appointment at PlushCare connects you with a world-class doctor from the comfort of your own home. We provide online urgent care treatment to patients whether or not they have insurance.

  • How Does Virtual Urgent Care Work in New Jersey?

    Virtual urgent care in New Jersey allows you to speak with a doctor and get a diagnosis through a video or voice call on your smartphone or computer. Here is how virtual urgent care works at PlushCare:

    • First, book an online appointment with a PlushCare doctor through your phone or computer. We are in-network with most major insurers in the U.S.

    • Next, you will attend your virtual appointment and tell your doctor your symptoms and medical history. The physician will provide you with a diagnosis, treatment plan, and prescription if necessary.

    • Your doctor will send your prescription to a local pharmacy of your choice for pickup.

  • Can Urgent Care Prescribe Antibiotics?

    Yes, urgent care can prescribe antibiotics, in addition to other medications needed to treat the conditions of patients, such as antiviral medications. To get a prescription for antibiotics and other medications, you need to have a licensed doctor write the prescription. PlushCare doctors can prescribe non-controlled substances and medications, which are then sent to a nearby pharmacy of your choice for convenient pickup.

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