What We Treat

We want to help you feel better fast. Founded on providing quality medical care, our clinicians can diagnose and treat common non-emergent injuries and illnesses. Your safety is important to us. If we feel VirtualCare is not right for you, we will refer to you an alternate care setting based on your symptoms.



Virtual Urgent Care


We treat many non-emergent injuries and illnesses. The following list includes the most common conditions eligible for VirtualCare. TeamHealth VirtualCare is available for patients of all ages. However, some specialized conditions are more safely treated by video, phone or in-person. TeamHealth VirtualCare cannot prescribe Narcotics.


Cough, Congestion, Allergies

Evaluation of possible COVID-19
Common Cold
Sinus Infection
Influenza (Flu)
Seasonal Allergies

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Eye, Ear, Mouth Problems

Canker Sore, Cold sore or fever blister
Impetigo (red sores on the face)
Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis)
Stye (bump or bumps on the eyelid)
Swimmer's Ear (outer ear infection)

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Injuries & Pain

Minor Burns
Low Back Pain
Some Animal Bites
Head Bumps (without loss of consciousness, vomiting or behavior changes)

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Stomach Problems

Mild abdominal pain
Heartburn & Acid Reflux (GERD)

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Skin & Nail Problems

Ringworm (fungal skin infection)
Skin Irritation (Contact Dermatitis)
Tick Bite

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Sexual Health

Female Bladder Infection (Urinary Tract Infection)
Morning After-Pill
Sexually Transmitted Disease Exposure
Vaginal Yeast Infection

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Make Today the Day You Stop Smoking


No matter your reason for wanting to end your relationship with tobacco or how many times you’ve tried, we are here to help you on your way to a healthier new life. Consult with a TeamHealth doctor today and choose a nicotine cessation plan that is right for you.


Ready to quit? We offer medication and nicotine replacement options to become tobacco-free.



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Wear insect repellant.
Summertime means ticks and mosquitoes are. Make sure you wear insect repellant if you’re going to be outside in the late afternoon and evening.

Are you worried about an insect bite? See a clinician now.


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