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    Virtual Care visits should not be used for emergency care. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.
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Get face time
with a provider

with BJC Virtual Care

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Anywhere care

EXTENDED HOURS

7am-7pm

Available 7 days a week, including evenings and weekends.

TREATMENT

Receive care

Receive medication and a treatment plan for minor illnesses and injuries.

PROVIDERS

First-available

If your regular doctor can’t see you right away, another BJC doctor or nurse practitioner will see you via video.

RECEIVING CARE

New & existing patients

Virtual care is open to anyone 12 and older, whether you’re a current BJC patient or new to us.

Treated conditions

Pain

• Earaches
• Headaches and migraine
• Back pain
• Joint pain

Sinus & allergies

• Itchy eyes
• Sinus infection
• Nasal congestion
 

Skin

• Skin conditions
• Rashes
• Burns
• Minor cuts

Women's health

• Urinary tract infections
• Gynecological concerns

 

Cold & flu

• Sneezing
• Aches
• Cough
• Upper respiratory infection

COVID

• Fever
• Cough
• New loss of taste and smell
 

What to expect

Step 1 IconSchedule

Step 1 - Schedule an Appointment

Choose your appointment time. A MyChart account is required for your visit. Open the confirmation email and follow the instructions.

Step 2 IconPrepare

Step 2 - Receive Care

Create your MyChart account. If you are using a smartphone, download the Teladoc app. Complete MyChart eCheckin. Answer basic questions about symptoms, insurance and contact information.

Step 3 IconConnect

Step 3 - After Your Visit

Get comfortable in a quiet, well-lit space. Click MyChart Video Icon in MyChart to launch the Teladoc app. Follow the prompts in Teladoc to begin your visit. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

A virtual care visit is a video visit on a smartphone or computer with a BJC provider. Virtual care is appropriate for immediate care when minor illnesses arise.

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