BHS FasterCare NOW
BHS FasterCare NOW offers secure, convenient care for common illnesses
or injuries through a live online virtual visit. Providers can review
your symptoms, diagnose, treat and prescribe medications to the pharmacy
of your choice. Most insurances accepted. No insurance? No problem!
How Do I Get Started
With BHS FasterCare NOW, you can see a healthcare provider from your home
or office, on your smartphone, tablet or computer.
A Call Agent will register you and send you a virtual appointment link
to your phone or email. You will be connected with a healthcare provider
This service is offered 7 days a week from 9am-9pm. Patients under the
age of 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian during the visit.
Call 877-9-URGENT (877-987-4368) to get started.
Can My Symptoms Be Treated With A Virtual Visit?
You can conduct a virtual visit for these common needs:
- Allergies (seasonal, hives)
- Back Pain
- Bronchitis (cough, heavy mucus in airways)
- COVID-19 Symptoms *
- Ear Pain
- Eye Irritation / Pink Eye
- Insect Bites
- Sore Throat
- Upper Respiratory Infections (sneezing, stuffy nose, cough)
- Urinary Tract Infection - Female
*A provider can evaluate COVID-19 symptoms virtually and determine if you
should be tested. If so, they will provide a physician order and direct
you to a BHS testing facility.
If you are experiencing the following symptoms please call 911 or go directly
to the emergency room:
- Chest Pain or pressure
- Confusion and trouble speaking
- Heart Palpitations
- Numbness and tingling in the extremities
- Passing Out
- Severe Allergic reactions with respiratory involvement
- Shortness of Breath
If you are experiencing a strain or sprain or requesting a physical, please
choose one of the four convenient BHS FasterCare facilities for treatment.
Click here for locations.
What Happens After the Virtual Visit?
If your provider prescribed a medication, a script will be sent to your
pharmacy of choice. FasterCare will securely send your visit summary to
you and your primary care provider. If additional follow up is needed,
your provider may refer you to a specialist or recommend an in person visit.