BayCareAnywhere - 24/7 Doctor Visits

In the event you are not able to physically go and have a doctor visit, we encourage you to download the BayCareAnywhere® app and enroll in the registration process now for future use.

Download Our App for Mobile Use:

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When you or your child gets sick, you need care right away. For just $59 per visit, BayCareAnywhere® gives you 24/7 access to a live doctor so that you can get on the fast track to getting better. All you need to use our telehealth app is a smartphone, tablet or a computer with a webcam. Click here for a list of insurances accepted.  

Visit with a Doctor in 5 Easy Steps:

Step 1: Download the BayCareAnywhere telehealth app from your iPhone or Android’s app store, or go to

Step 2: Create an account.

Step 3: Choose your provider and start your virtual doctor's visit.

Step 4: If necessary for treatment, your doctor can send medication to your local pharmacy.*

Step 5: Feel better!

If the doctor determines that you need to be seen in-person, you can print your patient summary and present it at any BayCare Urgent Care to receive a $59 discount off your visit. 

*Please note that not all BayCareAnywhere visits will result in medication. Controlled substances cannot be prescribed through BayCareAnywhere.

A woman is talking to a female doctor via video chat on her laptop during a BayCareAnywhere telemedicine visit.

Conditions We Treat

  • COVID-19 pre-screening
  • Flu or cold
  • Cough
  • Conjunctivitis (Pink eye)
  • Low grade fever
  • Possible sinus infections
  • Skin rashes
  • Swimmers ear
  • And more

How BayCareAnywhere® Works

Can a doctor really diagnose me over video? A common question amongst people unfamiliar with BayCareAnywhere® and a valid one too. The answer is yes, with the latest advances in technology it has become possible for a physician to accurately diagnose and treat patients through video for specific conditions.

A pregnant woman is talking with a male doctor via video chat on her cellphone during a BayCareAnywhere telemedicine visit.