Virtual visits and urgent care near me

Our board-certified providers see patients of all ages for a wide range of health conditions and non-life-threatening health issues.

Virtual care

For common illnesses, see one of our providers online.

Schedule your visit

via Main Line Health MyChart for patients 13 and older in the state of PA.

Walk in

Locations include Broomall, Concordville, Exton Square and Wynnewood.

Locations near me

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Frequently asked questions

When should I use virtual visits?

Best for sinus problems and allergies, rashes, eye infections, digestive trouble, muscle pain and more. Virtual visits are available through Main Line Health MyChart for adults and children aged 13 and older who are physically located in the state of Pennsylvania.

When should I go in person?

In addition to the conditions seen for a virtual visit, in person care is best for services such as x-rays, physicals, flu shots, lab work, strep throat, treatment for injuries, broken bones, sprains, or lacerations. Walk in or save a spot at one of our four locations. Here's how to know whether you should go to the ER vs. urgent care.

Should I schedule a follow-up visit?

After your visit with a Main Line Health provider, we will communicate with your primary care provider regarding treatment and follow-up care.

What payment options do you accept?

For in-person visits, we accept most major health insurance plans, as well as self-pay options. For virtual visits, insurance coverage varies widely. Confirm coverage with your insurance plan. Self-pay is available for virtual urgent care for $65. All payments and copayments are due at time of service.

My health care provider referred me to Extended Outpatient Care. What is that service?

Located in Wynnewood, our Extended Outpatient Care provides clinical evaluation, testing and monitoring following an emergency room visit or hospital stay.

If you are having a medical emergency—or think you are having a medical emergency—call 911 IMMEDIATELY.