July 4th special hours – all locations will close at 3:00PM

Be Seen Faster from the comfort of your own home

Why wait in a center? Rest at home and usually, in just an hour or two, you’ll visit with a member of our medical team on your phone, computer, or tablet.

In some cases, a provider may assess your condition as more complex or need to run labs or x-rays. With over 40 locations, we can schedule you quickly at one of our nearby centers to run follow up tests and provide the best care for you possible.

The benefits of local telehealth care
from a name you can trust

Trusted in Georgia

Peachtree Immediate Care is part of the Emory Healthcare Network and is a trusted name in Georgia.

Urgent Care Specialists

Unlike the big telehealth companies that offer mental health and dental care, we specialize in Urgent Care.

Local Insurance

Because we are local, we accept most insurance plans offered in the state of Georgia.

An easy, no hassle process

Schedule a time:

Click the Register Now button to schedule a virtual visit time.

Register:

You’ll receive a link to register online (where we will collect your insurance, pharmacy, and other information.)

We will contact you:

At your visit time, we will contact you to finalize any information, and send you a link to use for your video conference .

Start your virtual visit:

One of our medical providers will discuss your condition with you in detail. In the rare case you need labs, x-rays, or other care, he/she will schedule you in one of our 40+ nearby urgent care centers.

We will send in any prescriptions:

Following the appointment, we will call in any prescriptions needed and send you a recap of your visit with medical notes.

What can and can't telehealth treat?

WHAT TELEHEALTH CAN TREAT

WHAT TELEHEALTH CAN’T BE USED FOR

*Please call 911 if you are experiencing a life threatening condition. Based on your Telehealth visit, our medical staff may determine if you need labs or to be seen in person.  If so, we will make sure to get you into our clinic the same day.