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$35 visits and a $29/month unlimited membership, no insurance required. So say bye to surprise bills.

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Chat with a doctor anytime, from anywhere. No waiting room—or appointment—needed.

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Treat yourself—not your condition

Our integrated platform personalizes care for the whole you, and our smart AI gives you instant peace of mind.

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Understand what’s wrong with our AI-driven symptom checker, powered by millions of people and thousands of doctors. Peace of mind and personalized guidance for you or your kids over 3—for free.

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Don’t wait to talk to a doctor

Tired of being sick and tired? Text with a doctor 24/7 for immediate care for you and your kids. No waiting rooms, no appointment needed.

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Make it easy to manage your whole health

Over 300 doctors can deliver you comprehensive care—virtually, on your time. Get help managing chronic conditions, reaching your lifestyle goals, or streamlining your medication regimen.

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We get better—and more affordable—the bigger we get. Our tech keeps prices low by allowing your care team focus on you, not on paperwork or billing. Plus we did away with copays and hidden fees.

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Irmanie Hemphill, MD

Irmanie Hemphill, MD

David Morley, MD

David Morley, MD

Robyn Fuller-Christenson, NP

Robyn Fuller-Christenson, NP

Francis Goldshmid, MD

Francis Goldshmid, MD

Bright  Odei, MD

Bright Odei, MD

James Teet, DO

James Teet, DO

Sally Sartin, MD

Sally Sartin, MD

Monsur Ali, DO

Monsur Ali, DO

Edmond Nelson, MD

Edmond Nelson, MD

Nancy Tejedor-Velilla, MD

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Doctors dedicated to getting you the care you deserve.

  • Board-certified clinicians with training from top-tier institutions

  • Available 24/7 to provide top-quality, personalized care whenever you need it

  • Multi-disciplinary leadership team focuses on improving healthcare for all

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Frequently asked questions

Do Orlando, FL urgent care centers offer virtual visits or telemedicine?

Many urgent care centers in Orlando, FL do offer telehealth options. You can also get telehealth through an independent provider like K Health, which offers 24/7 telehealth appointments for as low as $35.

What is the best urgent care center in Orlando, FL?

Qualifying which urgent care center in Orlando, FL is “best” is difficult because each patient has particular needs. Some are looking for a low-cost solution that doesn’t require insurance. In this case, a telehealth provider like K Health may be your best option: you can talk to a doctor 24/7 for as low as $35/visit. Seriously.

Do urgent care centers in Orlando, FL take insurance?

Most urgent care centers will be covered by insurance. To find an urgent care center that is covered by your specific insurance policy, talk to your insurance provider. Alternatively, telehealth services like K Health offer access to a doctor 24/7 for as low as $35/visit – less than a copay

Are Orlando urgent care centers open after hours?

Most urgent care centers in Orlando FL are open after hours, as well as on weekends and holidays. Typical urgent care hours are from 8am-8pm, though this may vary depending on location. Another option is to use a telehealth service like K Health, which offers 24/7 care in Orlando FL.

How much will an urgent care visit cost in Orlando, FL?

The price of an urgent care visit in Orlando, FL will vary based on the urgent care location. There are no standardized costs across different clinics. If you are paying cash, you can expect the urgent care visit will cost somewhere between $50-$200. Additional services like x-rays, lab tests, medications, or injections can increase the cost of the visit. If you have insurance, check with them to learn what your copay is for an urgent care visit. Depending on the condition you need treatment for, you could do a telehealth visit for as low as $35 with K Health.

Can I use an FSA or HSA to pay?

Yes, prescription medication, telemedicine, and telehealth visits are eligible for reimbursement with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA) and health reimbursement arrangement (HRA).

You can submit a claim to be reimbursed by your FSA, HSA, or HRA provider whenever you make a payment to K Health for your medication, K Health membership (which includes unlimited Primary Care, Mental Health, Pediatric, and Urgent Care visits), specialized treatment plans, or one-time visit.

If you have an FSA or HSA debit card, it can be used to pay for one-time K Health visits or prescriptions you pick up in-person at the pharmacy. You can’t use your FSA or HSA debit card for any recurring payments, which includes a K Health membership or an ED treatment plan.

How does K Health use AI?

K Health uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to connect the anonymous medical records of millions of people, so you can see how those with similar symptoms were treated and diagnosed. This information can help you decide if you need to seek treatment, and give you peace-of-mind. It also enriches what clinicians have access to, which can help them efficiently and accurately diagnose and treat more patients in the future.

Our platform is based on a machine-learning algorithm that’s trained our AI to be able to sort through data from millions of real-world patient and doctor visits. Our data comes from our over 5 million users, as well as from our partners including Maccabi Healthcare Services, the Mayo Clinic Platform, and Anthem. It’s explained in more detail in multiple medical journals, including Medicine and in Journal of Medical Internet Research.

While the K Health Symptom Checker cannot provide a definitive diagnosis or treatment recommendation, it does empower you with free information that’s personalized to you. Clinicians are available 24/7 on the K Health app to discuss your results, and give you a diagnosis or treatment.

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What conditions can K Health treat?

The clinicians at K Health can remotely treat adults and children ages 3-84 with hundreds of different conditions. This includes prescribing medication, ordering lab tests and imaging, and follow-up care.

We offer one-time visits, as well as a Primary Care membership, which gives adults (and their children over age 3) unlimited access to doctors for non-emergency urgent and everyday care concerns such as UTIs, sinusitis, dental infections, prescription management, and cough and cold symptoms. We also offer specialized care plans for conditions like erectile dysfunction, anxiety, and depression. 

There are some conditions that we cannot yet treat remotely, such as orthopedic issues and middle ear infections. However our clinicians can order labs as needed, recommend treatment, and in some cases, prescribe medication.

 Learn more about what treatments we cannot treat here.

How much does K Health cost?

It’s free to use the symptom checker.

If you want to chat with a clinician, a one-time visit costs $35. This includes three days of follow-up.

Our K Health Primary Care membership includes nearly everything K Health offers for $29/month.

  • Unlimited text-based visits with board-certified clinicians
  • Doctors online day and night for Primary Care and Urgent Care*
  • Free Pediatrics care for your kids over 3-17
  • Easy prescription management and renewals management, plus steep discounts
  • As always, no insurance needed, all on your own schedule

Our Mental Health membership includes everything the Primary Care membership does, in addition to treatment for anxiety & depression for $49/month.

*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). See Terms of Service.

Learn more about what we can and cannot treat