Virtual Care 24/7/365
After Hours Pediatrics Urgent Care is making healthcare even more convenient, offering virtual care provided by TeamHealth VirtualCare. Instead of going to the doctor, we bring the clinician to you via a virtual care visit.
With one click on your phone, tablet or computer, your child is in a virtual visit, from the comfort of home. It’s that simple.
Pediatric Virtual Care is available all day, every day to help your child feel better. Simply use your smartphone or computer to start a video visit with a clinician.
Currently not covered by Insurance or Medicaid.
Start a pediatric virtual visit using your smartphone or computer and tell us your child’s symptoms
Speak with a clinician
Receive a diagnosis and treatment plan
A trusted virtual urgent care for children from birth to 18 years of age. An adult must accompany a minor during the visit.
Virtual care visits are provided by TeamHealth VirtualCare. TeamHealth VirtualCare is founded on providing quality medical care. TeamHealth VirtualCare clinicians virtually diagnose and treat common non-emergent injuries and illnesses. By clicking the Start a Visit, you are leaving our site and being directed to another third-party site.
Virtual Care refers to the “virtual visits” that take place between patients and clinicians through communications technology. This digital connectivity allows “virtual” meetings to occur in real-time, from separate locations, and only requires an internet connection.
TeamHealth VirtualCare is available for patients of all ages. However, some specialized conditions are more safely treated by video or in-person.
Please refer to the “What We Treat” section of the TeamHealth VirtualCare website. If we feel that we cannot safely provide you care at any time during your visit, we’ll share advice on your care options for free.
Only one person can be registered and seen per visit. Please register each patient so the clinician can see each patient separately. Please note in the comments section that you currently have more than one person registered and the registered patient’s name(s) to help the clinician see multiple patients within a similar time frame.