Telemedicine Services and Appointments | Instant Urgent Care

Instant Urgent Care

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Get excellent virtual care, anywhere

The pandemic has given the greatest gift to the healthcare industry, which is telemedicine. With Telemedicine you are entitled to receive treatment in the comfort of your home. By incorporating this boon into our system, Instant urgent care provides you with convenient and affordable, virtual visits across California. With us, you can book same-day appointments for a diverse range of medical issues. We are a team of medical experts stiving hard to make your virtual visits, happy visits.

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What is Telemedicine?

At Instant Urgent Care, A patient can consult with their doctor virtually via telemedicine at a convenient time using a computer or smart device. Make sure to confirm with your insurance company whether your plan covers visits for it.

Our telehealth visits at Instant Urgent Care assist with a variety of primary care, urgent care, and pediatric healthcare needs. Please use the online scheduling tool to make a telemedicine appointment if you need to schedule a visit right away!

Telemedicine Services at Instant Urgent Care

We provide telehealth services in Glendale, San Jose, Berkeley, Los Angeles, and other significant Californian cities.

Patients can anticipate receiving patient-focused, quick, affordable, and immediate telemedicine services. Our urgent care specialists are equipped to handle a range of COVID-19, illness, and injury needs.

We accept major insurance plans

At Instant Urgent Care, we are in-network with almost all the nationwide mainstream health insurance plans. We accept all major health insurance plans such as Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield of California, Blue, Cross Blue Shield, Brown and Toland Medical Group, CareMore, Cigna, First Health Network, HealthNet, Hills Physician Medical Group, Medicare, Medicare Advantage Plans, MultiPlan, Physicians Medical Group – San Jose, River City Medical Group, Santa Clara County IPA (SPICCA), Stratose, TRICARE, United Healthcare, USAMCO, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find your answers to the questions and helpful information about our services. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to call us.

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1. How should your patient prepare for a telemedicine appointment?

Patients should prepare for a telemedicine appointment by ensuring a stable internet connection, testing their device’s camera and microphone, having any relevant medical records or information on hand, and finding a quiet, private space for the appointment.

2. Is telehealth better than in-person?

Telehealth is a valuable alternative in many cases, offering convenience and accessibility. However, whether it’s better than in-person care depends on the nature of the medical issue, personal preferences, and the doctor’s recommendation. Some conditions may require physical examinations that are not possible via telehealth.

3. Is telemedicine recorded?

Telemedicine appointments can be recorded, but this typically requires the patient’s consent. Recording can be useful for both the patient and healthcare provider for future reference or documentation.

4. What are the benefits of telemedicine?

Telemedicine offers several benefits, including increased accessibility to healthcare, reduced travel time and costs, convenience, the ability to consult specialists from a distance, and improved healthcare access for individuals in remote areas.

5. Can telehealth reduce costs?

Telehealth can reduce costs in several ways, such as saving on travel expenses and reducing the burden on physical healthcare facilities. It can also lead to earlier interventions, potentially preventing more costly health issues in the long run. However, the extent of cost savings can vary depending on the healthcare system and specific circumstances.