Get Urgent Care in Pennsylvania

Get Pennsylvania urgent care online at PlushCare. Schedule a virtual visit with one of our licensed Pennsylvania doctors to receive urgent care diagnosis and treatment. Appointments are available every 15 minutes, and your physician can write a prescription if needed. Book an online Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania

Get Pennsylvania urgent care from a licensed online doctor at PlushCare. Our board-certified doctors provide virtual urgent care diagnosis and treatment, and can write prescriptions for non-controlled substances. PlushCare online Pennsylvania doctor’s appointments are available every 15 minutes.

See Why Pennsylvania Patients Love Us

All of PlushCare’s doctors are graduates of the top 50 U.S. medical schools. When you meet with an online urgent care doctor at PlushCare through your phone or computer, you benefit from receiving world-class care and treatment. You will get a diagnosis and prescription if needed, which will be sent to a local pharmacy for pickup. We are proud of our 97% patient satisfaction rating, and look forward to helping you.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Does It Cost to Go to Urgent Care in Pennsylvania?

    The cost of going to urgent care in Pennsylvania depends on whether you have health insurance and what treatment you need. On average, the cost of urgent care in Pennsylvania ranges from $100 to $150. The cost of a virtual urgent care appointment with one of our online doctors is typically $30 or less for patients with in-network health insurance and $129 for self-pay patients.

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

    Going to the emergency room (ER) is for serious, life-threatening injuries and illnesses, while going to urgent care is for conditions that need timely treatment. Conditions such as common colds, urinary tract infections (UTIs), sinus infections, and ear infections can be treated at urgent care, either in-person or online at PlushCare. You should go to the ER if you are experiencing conditions such as chest pains, shortness of breath, severe burns, and critical wounds and injuries

  • Can Urgent Care Turn You Away?

    You can go to urgent care in Pennsylvania without health insurance. However, you could be turned away from urgent care if you do not have payment or cannot pay upfront for treatment. If you need urgent care, be prepared and bring your payment with you. Most urgent care clinics post a list of fees for common treatments. An online appointment with one of our doctors is $129 for self-pay patients and typically $30 for patients with in-network insurance coverage.

  • Does Urgent Care Do Virtual Visits in Pennsylvania?

    Yes, you can get an urgent care virtual visit in Pennsylvania at PlushCare. We make it fast and easy to see a licensed doctor online for urgent care treatment. Here is how a Pennsylvania virtual urgent care visit works at PlushCare:

    • Start by booking an appointment with a doctor on your phone or computer.

    • During your appointment, tell your doctor about your symptoms and medical history. The physician will then provide your diagnosis and a treatment plan, including any needed prescription.

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

  • Can You Go to Urgent Care for Antibiotics?

    Yes, you can go to urgent care for antibiotics, as well as medications necessary for your treatment, such as antiviral medications. With online urgent care at PlushCare, our Pennsylvania doctors can prescribe non-controlled substances and medications. After your virtual appointment, your physician will send the prescription to a nearby pharmacy for you to pick up at your convenience.

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