Get treatment from home for $23.
• Available 24/7 for adults and kids (3+)
• Board-certified doctors
• No appointment or insurance needed
• Same-day prescriptions available
Pay $23 for one visit or $12 a month for unlimited visits.
When hornets 🐝 attack!John J. | Jul 20 2021Read more Read less
I was attacked by hornets and had a bad reaction. I went to the ER and they did NOTHING because I don’t have insurance. I lucked into finding this app! I gave my symptoms with a picture of my swelling then was prescribed steroids and something to help if they upset my stomach. Kind, caring, accurate, and courteous! Thank you so much! Highly recommend!
The greatest appNellie B. | Mar 14 2021Read more Read less
This is probably the greatest app to come around since the dawn of the iPhone. I have limited insurance, but I knew I had a UTI coming on. Within one hour of downloading this app and going through their thorough and effective prompts, I had a prescription filled. All without leaving my home!!
HOW IT WORKS
Get an account.
Pay a flat fee, regardless of insurance status. A one-time visit is $23, or a membership is $12/month, which includes unlimited visits for you and your kids 3+.
Chat with a doctor.
Text with board-certified clinicians whenever, from wherever—no appointment needed*. Bypass hold music, travel time, and waiting rooms.
Start feeling better.
Your doctor shares your treatment plan—if needed they’ll send a prescription to your local pharmacy. Text us 24/7 if you don’t feel better soon.
Chesney Fowler, MD
WHAT WE TREAT
and hundreds more*
Join our judgment-free care program designed just for you. Learn more
By treating you remotely and immediately, we save you money.
No suprise fees.
No high deductibles.
$23 or less with a $12/mo membership
In-person urgent care
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
Can I get a prescription online through the K Health app?
Yes! Your K-affiliated doctor will evaluate you to determine what prescription, if any, is appropriate. Once a doctor or clinician determines you need a prescription, he or she will send it to your local pharmacy or mail it to your door, if available.
Learn more about what we treat and our refill policy here.
Can I get a prescription refill online through the K Health app?
Yes! Learn more about our refill policy here.
How do I get my prescription?
If one of our K-Affiliated doctors believe it to be medically appropriate, they will write a prescription to a local pharmacy of your choosing. To get a prescription you will be required to submit the following information:
Can I get a prescription for anxiety or depression from K Health?
Yes! Our approach mirrors the primary care experience. You’ll start with a conversation with K and learn how others like you were treated. You’ll then connect with a doctor who can diagnose your condition and its severity and provide a comprehensive treatment plan that may include some combination of self-guided behavioral health resources, medications, and/or referral to a local therapist or psychiatrist. From then on, you will have to check in monthly for a brief consultation with our doctors to receive your refill but don’t worry, we will remind you via text when it is time to check in.
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