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Get code and download the app
Enter your school email here to get your free promo code and download the K Health app.
Tell us about your symptoms
After you create your account, answer a few questions and then click “Chat with a clinician.”
Enter promo code
On the payment screen, enter the promo code from your email. Your visit fee will be waived, no credit card required!
Promotion is for new customers only and applies to K Health’s 24/7 virtual urgent care visits for people ages 3-85 years old (valued at $35). It’s not redeemable for mental health anxiety or depression treatment or ongoing care, available as part of our monthly membership. K Health services are not insurance and exclude ancillary services (e.g., labs, equipment, cost of medication, referrals to specialists, etc). See Terms of Service.
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How do I use the promo code?
What's the promo code?
Enter your school email here and we'll email you your free promo code.
Which services does the free visit apply to?
Our one free visit promotion applies to K Health’s 24/7 virtual urgent care visits for people ages 3-85 years old. It is not redeemable for mental health anxiety or depression treatment or ongoing care, available as part of our monthly membership.
K Health services are not insurance and exclude ancillary services (e.g., labs, equipment, cost of medication, referrals to specialists, etc). See Terms of Service.
How long will the code be available?
We are offering one free virtual urgent care visit, subject to the exclusions listed above, until March 31, 2022.
Who can use this offer?
This offer is for students and faculty of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) that are first time K Health account owners and sign up with their school email address. Students and faculty must download the app, create an account, and use the one free visit code between February 1, 2022 and February 28, 2022.
I already have an account with K Health and I cannot input a promo code. Why?
The offer is for new account users only. If you sign up for a membership with K Health, you get unlimited chats with our 300+ board-certified clinicians.
I'm not sick. Should I download the app?
Yes! When you or your child is feeling sick, you want to talk to a doctor ASAP. Getting the app set up on your phone in advance will help you be ready to connect with a doctor in minutes, when you need it most.
What are some things I can use the urgent care visit for?
From UTIs to dental infections, K Health’s affiliated board-certified clinicians can treat you remotely. See what we treat here. Clinicians will prescribe medication if it’s medically appropriate and can send the medication to the local pharmacy of your choosing.
Do I need to enter a credit card?
Nope! With the promo code you’ll skip the payment all together.
Any other questions?
Please contact us here.
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