Get Urgent Care in Washington

Get urgent care online in Washington. Speak with one of our board-certified doctors to get high-quality care and treatment. Book an online urgent care appointment in Washington 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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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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We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy.

Urgent Care in Washington

Get online urgent care from a top Washington doctor. Our licensed doctors are here to support patients when they need non-emergency medical attention. Our licensed physicians can diagnose patients and work with them to create a treatment plan, as well as write prescriptions if patients qualify after a medical evaluation.

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At PlushCare, our doctors are licensed in Washington and are graduates of the top 50 medical schools in the United States. During your virtual appointment, our qualified doctors can diagnose your condition, create a personalized treatment plan, and prescribe medication if needed. We are proud of the quality of care we provide for our Washington patients.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can you book an urgent care telemedicine appointment in Washington?

    Yes, you can book an urgent care telemedicine appointment in Washington. Many conditions that are treated at an in-person urgent care clinic can also be treated at a virtual urgent care appointment. Urgent care can treat non-severe injuries, illnesses, and infections. Examples include fever, flu, cold, sore throat, and infections. However, there are some conditions that cannot be treated during an online urgent care appointment and need to be treated in person. All emergency or life-threatening conditions should be treated immediately at the ER.

  • How do I schedule a telehealth visit in Washington?

    Here are the steps to follow to set up a virtual doctor visit for urgent care in Washington: 

    • The first step is to go onto our website or app and book an appointment with one of our licensed Washington doctors.

    • Next, using your smartphone or computer, attend your appointment. Be prepared to tell your doctor about your symptoms, medical history, and current medications. From there, your doctor will diagnose you, create a treatment plan, and if needed, they will write you a prescription. 

    • Finally, your doctor will electronically send your prescription to your local pharmacy for you to pick up.

  • Can I go to urgent care if I do not have a doctor in Washington?

    Yes, you can go to urgent care if you do not have a doctor in Washington. Our telehealth platform helps those who need medical attention, regardless of if they have a doctor or insurance. PlushCare was created to bring medical care to those who need it and to help all people live longer, healthier, and happier lives. You can book an online urgent care appointment with a Washington licensed doctor from the comfort of your home.

  • Should I go to urgent care or the ER?

    The question of going to urgent care or the ER depends on the severity of your injury or illness. If you are having a life-threatening medical emergency, you need to go to the ER immediately or call an ambulance. Examples of conditions that should be treated at the ER include severe shortness of breath, chest pains, and serious wounds and burns. If you can wait 24 hours for care, then urgent care is likely the best option. Some of the most common conditions that urgent care doctors treat are: 

    • UTI

    • Strep Throat

    • Ear Infections

    • Sinus Infection

    • Bacterial Infection

    • Common Cold

    • Flu

    • Pink Eye

    • STDs

  • What qualifies as urgent care?

    Urgent care is for non-emergency medical conditions that need immediate attention in the next 24 hours. Typically, it is not possible to make an appointment with your primary care provider, so urgent care is another option. The emergency room (ER) is for serious, critical injuries and illnesses that need immediate medical attention, such as major wounds, serious burns, and chest pains.

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