PLEASE NOTE: iCare Telemedicine is designed to handle non-emergency medical issues. You should not use iCare Telemedicine if you are experiencing a medical emergency. In case of a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 immediately.
How Much Does it Cost?
We accept in-network rates with most health insurance companies. Your visit is subject to your copay or deductible as required by your insurance company. We will bill your insurance company for the balance. We will verify your insurance prior to starting the telemedicine consultation.
If you prefer to pay in cash, the cost is $59
When is it Available?
7:00am - 8:00pm
Our board certified emergency physicians can diagnose and treat many non-emergency conditions. While iCare Telemedicine is not intended to replace your primary care physician, your visit in our virtual clinic can be faster, more affordable and convenient alternative.
If your symptoms are serious or need in-person evaluation, then our physicians may refer you for an in-person evaluation at the nearest urgent care or emergency room!
If you're experiencing one of the following symptoms or conditions, our physician can help!
- Arthritic Pain
- Colds and Flu
- Insect Bites
- Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
- Pink Eye (conjunctivitis)
- Respiratory Problems (uncomplicated asthma, bronchitis)
- Skin Inflammations and Skin Infections
- Sore Throats
- Sprains & Strains
- Urinary problems / UTIs
* Children under 36 months who present with fever must be referred to their pediatrician, child-friendly urgent care center or emergency department for clinical evaluation and care.
* Physicians do not treat males or pediatric patients with urinary symptoms.
When your medical condition calls for a prescription, our physicians can send an electronic prescription to your pharmacy. Nonetheless, to comply with state pharmacology laws the following restrictions apply:
- Temporary prescription refills (2-3 days) may be issued only when the patient is able to demonstrate an existing prescription
- Physicians are unable to write prescriptions for more than a 30-day supply. Patients with chronic illnesses should visit their primary care doctors or other specialists for extended care.
- Physicians will not prescribe DEA-controlled substances, non-therapeutic drugs, and certain other drugs which may be harmful because of their potential for abuse. For a current list of DEA controlled substances, visit http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/schedules/.
- iCare does not guarantee that a prescription will be written; that will be determined by the physician based on your clinical presentation. However, you are always guaranteed quality healthcare.Login