Medical care from the comfort of your home. Reserve a window of time below and one of our in-clinic providers will call you within that appointment window.
Attention: We can no longer prescribe Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine as part of a treatment protocol for COVID-19 due to recent legislation passed by the state of California. Learn more about Bill AB 2098 here.
How Does Telehealth Work?
What can you treat via Telehealth?
Rashes & Skin Aliments
Minor Cuts & Bruises
Strains & Sprains
How do I reserve an appointment?
Click the link below to sign up for a visit and choose an approximate time slot.
Scroll down to send a photo of your ID and insurance card (front and back). Required for all visits.
A care team member will call you to conduct a pre-screening to obtain medical history and current symptoms.
What times are telehealth visits available?
Monday – Thursday: 11am - 5pm*
Friday: 10:30am - 4:30pm
Closed on Weekends
Telehealth Self-Pay Pricing
Follow-up with Provider
Provider Visit + Prescription and/or Labs
All Telehealth Visits are 20-30 Minutes in Duration
Reserve a Telehealth Visit
Before your visit with our Telehealth provider, you will be called by a care team member to collect health history information, any medical conditions, a list of current medications, discuss current symptoms as well as verify your ID and insurance.
Keep Your Phone Nearby
Stay near your phone as we will text, email and/or call you with important information regarding your visit. Please note that because our providers also work with patients in our clinics, you may experience a delay in your appointment time. We try our best to accommodate all our telehealth and in-clinic patients in order of their reserved appointment times and severity of treatment need.