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Sacred Heart Online Care

24/7 Virtual Care, One Flat $49 Fee

Now you can have a doctor’s office visit in real time - whenever and wherever you happen to need it.

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Our Newest Clinic Requires
No Walking In, No Appointment 

Use Sacred Heart Online Care to have a conversation with a healthcare provider, 24/7, without the hassle of scheduling an appointment or driving anywhere.

You can use virtual care from your phone, tablet or computer - all from the comfort and convenience of your home.

Like an urgent care or walk-in clinic, our team of board-certified doctors and nurse practitioners listen to you and provide consultation, diagnosis and treatment for non-emergency medical issues.

You can have a doctor’s office visit whenever and wherever you happen to need it.

CARE ANYTIME YOU NEED IT

Have a doctor’s office visit in real time – whenever and wherever you need it. With Sacred Heart Online Care, board-certified physicians and nurse practitioners are available 24/7/365 via your computer, tablet or smartphone.

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QUICKER, EASIER,
MORE CONVENIENT

Just activate the webcam or FaceTime capabilities on your device, request a visit, and in less than 30 minutes, you’ll be speaking with a medical professional who can provide treatment, make recommendations, and give prescriptions when necessary.

NO INSURANCE, ONE FLAT FEE

No insurance is ever required – just a one-time fee of $49.

Many Common Conditions Can Be Treated Including:
  • Coughs and Sore Throats 
  • Sinusitis and Seasonal Allergies 
  • Fever, Colds and Flu 
  • Eye Infections, Pink Eye 
  • Rashes and Dermatitis 
  • Bites and Stings 
  • Upper Respiratory Infection

GET STARTED...

STEP 1

STEP 2

Complete a questionnaire and decide whether to video chat or talk on the phone.

STEP 3

Pay $49 and begin your virtual care visit. No insurance needed.


This service is not for medical emergencies. If your symptoms worsen or you suspect you might be
experiencing an emergency, call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest emergency room immediately.