TEXT WITH A DOCTOR
Chat on-demand with a licensed clinician who can diagnose you, prescribe medication, handle refills, and more. $49/month unlimited visits for you and your kids 3+ (or $39 for a one-time visit).*
WHAT WE TREAT
From UTIs to dental infections, we got you 24/7
and hundreds more adult and pediatric conditions
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
Easy, virtual healthcare for people like you
Get an account
Pay a flat fee, regardless of insurance status. A one-time visit is $39, or a membership is $49/month, which includes unlimited visits for you and your kids 3+.
Chat with a doctor
Text with licensed 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.
*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.
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.
Are there any conditions that K Health doesn’t treat?
K Health-affiliated clinicians 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 clinicians can help assess severity and provide guidance on what to do next.
We also don’t treat anyone who:
- is under 18 or over 64 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). See Terms of Service.
Do you provide doctor’s notes and sick notes?
During a pediatric visit, doctors can write notes for your children to return to, or be dismissed from, school, activities, camp, and more, if needed.
During an adult visit, K Health-affiliated clinicians 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?