TEXT WITH A DOCTOR
Chat on-demand with a medical provider who can diagnose you, prescribe medication, handle refills, and more. $49 for your first month of unlimited visits, or $73 for a one-time visit.*
WHAT WE TREAT
From UTIs to dental infections, we got you 24/7.
and hundreds more
See a medical provider you trust
Our licensed providers were trained at top-tier medical institutions
They use advanced health AI technology to provide you with personalized care
And they’re available 24/7, just a text away
HOW IT WORKS
Feeling better starts here
Get an account
Pay a flat fee, regardless of insurance status. A K Health membership is $49 for your first month, which includes unlimited virtual visits, or a one-time visit is $73.
Chat with a provider
Text with medical providers whenever, from wherever—no appointment needed.* Bypass hold music, travel time, and waiting rooms.
Start feeling better
Your provider shares your treatment plan, and if needed they’ll send a prescription to your local pharmacy. Text us 24/7 if you don’t feel better soon.
*Available for adults 18+ in all 48 continental US states. Not available in Alaska or Hawaii.
K Health memberships are not insurance and exclude ancillary services (e.g., labs, equipment, cost of medication, etc). Medical care is provided by K Health’s affiliated professional corporations. See Terms of Service.
Frequently asked questions
Can I chat with a doctor online?
Yes, you can chat with a doctor online at K Health. The licensed clinicians practicing on the K Health platform are available via chat to diagnose you, prescribe medication for treatment, issue prescription refills, and more.
Do online doctors work?
Yes, online doctors can be a great option for non-emergency medical care. K Health-affiliated clinicians are equipped to treat and prescribe medication for most medical issues, as well as anxiety and depression. Clinicians are available 7 days a week, no appointment required.
What can an online doctor prescribe?
Online doctors can prescribe most medications, if medically appropriate. The clinicians practicing on the K Health platform are able to prescribe antibiotics, allergy medications, pain relievers, antidepressants, anti-anxiety medication, and more. They cannot prescribe anything classified as a controlled substance.
What can an online doctor treat?
Online doctors can treat most conditions, including cold and flu symptoms, UTIs, allergies, headaches, rashes, sinusitis, abdominal pain, fatigue, and mental health conditions. Learn more about what we can and cannot treat.
Are there any conditions that K Health doesn’t treat?
K Health-affiliated medical providers can diagnose and treat most things you might see an in-person primary care doctor for. However, there are sometimes instances when we recommend you see a doctor in person.
For example, ear infections and strep throat are two common conditions that require an in-person consultation for diagnosis. However, K Health-affiliated providers can help assess severity and provide guidance on what to do next.
We also don’t treat anyone who:
- is under 18 years old
- lives in Hawaii or Alaska
- has a medical condition that requires a specialist (on a case by case basis)
- is currently pregnant
- is currently being treated for cancer with chemotherapy or radiotherapy
- has an autoimmune disease
- is currently on immunosuppressants
- is diagnosed with AIDS
- is currently in hospice care
- has a history of organ transplant
- is dependent on oxygen
- has significant liver, kidney, or other organ failure
- is seeking medical management related to worker’s comp or injury litigation
We don’t prescribe controlled substances, and we cannot prescribe other high-risk medications that are subject to abuse. Learn more in our Medical Policies.
*24/7 Urgent Care is available in all 48 continental US states. Not available in Alaska or Hawaii. K Health memberships are not insurance and exclude ancillary services (e.g., referrals, labs, equipment, cost of medication, etc). Medical care is provided by K Health’s affiliated professional corporations. See Terms of Service.
Do you provide doctor’s notes and sick notes?
During a visit, K Health-affiliated medical providers can only provide a note stating the date when they saw you and that care was provided.
Is the data I share with K Health private?