Access licensed clinicians day and night for questions and treatment without leaving home, plus free up-to-date resources.

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    24/7 doctor access

The pandemic has been hard. We’re here to make things a bit easier.

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Remote care from the safety of home

Message us about your symptoms. We’re able to diagnose or treat you from wherever you are—no insurance required.*

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Advice on if you should go in-person

Our clinicians help identify if your symptoms warrant in-person care, quickly and efficiently.

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Free, accurate up-to-date information

From new variants to boosters, our up-to-date Health Guides empower you to make smarter health decisions.

*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., labs, equipment, cost of medication, etc). See Terms of Service.

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“Apps like K Health help avoid in-person trips to doctors with easy, remote care for the whole family.”

Neil Brown, MD

Chief Diagnosis Officer and ER Physician

How we can help you from home.



24/7 text-based clinicians

Our clinicians work around the clock to make sure that everyone, insurance or not, has support.



Affordable care for hundreds of conditions

From anxiety to UTIs to your kid’s diaper rash, we’re here for that, too.



Free information

Our articles are constantly updated with the latest and greatest in the health world.



Free symptom checker

Our app compares your symptoms to others, giving you information on how People Like You were diagnosed and treated.



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Irmanie Hemphill, MD

David Morley, MD

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Katherine McMullan, MD

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Meet your care team

Doctors dedicated to getting you the care you deserve

  • Licensed 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 medical care for all

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Frequently asked questions

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How do you help treat COVID-19?

Our free Symptom Checker can provide you with information to help you identify if you or your child's symptoms might be related to COVID-19, and the clinicians practicing on our platform can give guidance and advice around your COVID-19 concerns.

At this time, K Health doesn't offer COVID-19 testing.

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What should I do if I start to feel sick?

If you develop any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19, you should:

  • talk to a doctor as soon as you can, whether in person or through a virtual platform like K Health.
  • stay home, except to get medical care. Call ahead before visiting a doctor in person.
  • wear a mask to avoid spreading germs if you need to be near other people.
  • cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • drink plenty of water to keep your body hydrated and eat enough food to keep your energy up.
  • watch out for emergency warning signs for COVID-19, including difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, confusion or sleepiness, or bluish lips or face. If you develop any of these symptoms, get medical attention immediately.
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How is COVID-19 transmitted?

COVID-19 spreads mainly from person to person, typically through respiratory droplets expelled from coughing, sneezing, or talking. It's possible, but rarer, to get the coronavirus from touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching your own mouth, nose, or eyes. 

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Is there a cure for COVID-19?

No, there is currently no cure for COVID-19. However, there are multiple vaccines approved by the FDA that can help protect you from getting severely ill from the virus.

Plus, the FDA has now authorized multiple anti-viral medications to treat mild to moderate COVID-19 if you're more likely to get very sick, including remdesivir (Veklury), which is taken as an IV infusion at a healthcare facility, and Paxlovid, which can be taken at home.