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We have a variety of care options available to meet your needs, whether you are looking for care from home or at one of our clinic locations. No matter where you choose to receive care, we have protocols in place to ensure your safety and comfort.

Virtual Care

Virtual Care

ExpressCare Virtual

Jump in the queue for an on-demand virtual visit with one of our providers for any minor and immediate health concerns.
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Telehealth

Telehealth visits

Schedule a video visit with your doctor or specialty care provider. You can book online or call your provider’s office.
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Chat with Grace

Our smart assistant, Grace, can help with frequently asked questions and guide you to care with our symptom checker.
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In-Person Care

Doctor Visit

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Many of our providers are available for in-person care as well as phone and video visits. You can call the provider’s office to discuss your needs or book online.
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Urgent Care Patient

Urgent care

Our urgent care locations offer same-day visits for immediate concerns, including conditions like burns and fractures. You can reserve your spot in line online.
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ExpressCare

ExpressCare

Our ExpressCare locations offer treatment for minor health conditions like sore throat, sprains, and stomach aches. You can book online for an appointment today.
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FAQs

Whether you need attention for something minor or major, we’ve put in place additional protocols to make sure you feel comfortable and confident every time you seek care. To ease your way, we’ve collected frequently asked questions about our virtual and in-person care offerings below.

About Virtual Visits

  • Which virtual visit option do I need?

    ExpressCare virtual will put you in touch with our next available provider to address minor health concerns. You can get in the virtual queue now.

    Telehealth visits are with a specific doctor or specialty provider of your choosing and can be booked online or by phone. You can schedule by finding your doctor in your MyChart portal or in our provider directory.

  • What can I expect from an ExpressCare virtual visit?

    With ExpressCare Virtual, you can get care in minutes, for common concerns. Here’s how:

    • Enter your information and symptoms
    • Sit down with our provider, who will diagnose and treat your concerns
    • Review your personalized care plan
    • Any prescriptions will be sent to your local pharmacy
    • Most insurances are accepted

    Read the full ExpressCare Virtual FAQ.

  • What can I expect from a Telehealth Visit with my provider?

    With our Telehealth Visits, you can see your doctor or specialty provider from the safety of your home. Here’s how:

    • Find your provider on your patient portal or in our provider directory
    • Follow the scheduling instructions
    • Receive a secure appointment link or phone number
    • Visit with your provider
    • Review your personalized care plan
    • Any prescriptions will be sent to your local pharmacy
    • Standard office co-pay

    Learn more about our Telehealth Visits.

About in-person care

  • What services does my primary care provider offer?

    Your primary care physician plays an important role in keeping you healthy and well. Unlike specialists, your primary care doctor cares for you as a whole person, offering medical counseling, health monitoring and day-to-day treatments.

    Through annual check-ups, screenings and physicals, they build a personal understanding of your specific medical record and conditions.

    They use this knowledge to collaborate with medical specialists and provide the precise treatments you need for your medical situations.

    Our primary care physicians can support your health in many ways, including providing services such as:

    • Adult and child wellness check-ups
    • Immunizations
    • Diabetes management
    • Cancer prevention
    • Stroke and heart disease prevention
    • Weight management
    • Smoking cessation
    • Referral to specialists

    Learn more about Primary Care.

  • What can I be treated for at an ExpressCare location?

    At Providence Express Care you can be treated for the following conditions:

    • Cold, flu and allergies
    • Cough, congestion and asthma
    • COVID-19 symptoms
    • Ear, nose and throat issues
    • Eye irritations
    • Urinary tract infections (UTI)
    • Skin conditions
    • Sprains and strains
    • Cuts and scrapes

    ExpressCare also offers:

    • COVID-19 test
    • Strep test
    • Mono test
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing
    • Urinalysis testing
    • Pregnancy test
    • Cholesterol test
    • Tuberculosis (TB) test
    • Sports and school physicals
    • Stitches
    • Prescription refills (select)

    Read the full FAQ for ExpressCare clinics.

  • What can I be treated for at an Urgent Care location?

    At Providence Urgent Care you can be treated for the following conditions:

    • Minor cuts needing stitches
    • Fractures
    • Sprains, strains and athletic injuries
    • Uncomplicated neck and back injuries
    • Wounds, burns and bites
    • Strep throat, sinus infections and bronchitis
    • Asthma
    • STD screening and treatment
    • Respiratory infections
    • Eye, ear or skin infections
    • Urinary tract infections
    • Sore throat, cough, or cold
    • Flu-like symptoms
    • Abscess incision and drainage
    • Allergies
    • Vomiting and nausea

More Ways to Access Care

COVID-19 updates

Get the latest information on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing, and learn about the safety protocols we’ve put in place to ensure your safety while receiving care. Visit our COVID-19 website.

Providence App

Make the Providence app your personalized connection to your health. Book appointments, conduct virtual visits, message your provider, view health records and more. Learn more.

Book in your Patient Portal

Already a Providence patient with a MyChart or FollowMyHealth account? You can book an in-person or virtual appointment with you care team or manage your account. Log into MyChart or FollowMyHealth.