Get convenient care online
During your online provider visit, receive a diagnosis and prescription (if needed) for your illness from the convenience of your home or work. Answer a few simple questions about your symptoms to begin your online provider visit, and receive a virtual care response between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Virtual Walk-In patients are treated by the trusted United Health Services providers they would see in a walk-in clinic. For current United Health Services patients, the provider already has access to your United Health Services health record.
Your insurance company will be billed when your virtual visit is complete.
Conditions We Treat
Respiratory Infections and Allergies
- Cold or sinus infection
- Hay fever/allergies
- Influenza (flu)*
- Female bladder infection (UTI)
- Vaginal yeast infection
- Start a new oral birth control medication
- Refill current oral birth control medication
- Morning-after pill (Emergency contraception)
Anxiety and Depression
- To offer people in the community another option for mental health screening and services, UHS now offers Virtual Walk-In visits for concerns related to anxiety and depression.
Skin and Nail Problems
- Athlete’s foot
- Diaper rash
- Fungal skin infection (tinea)
- Jock itch
- Skin irritation (contact dermatitis)
- Unwanted or other skin conditions
- Constipation and/or diarrhea (gastrointestinal conditions)
- Heartburn or acid reflux (GERD)
Injuries and Pain
- Minor burns
- Lower back pain
Medication to Prevent Illness or Infection
- Influenza prevention
- Pertussis (whooping cough) exposure
- Quit tobacco
- Malaria prevention
- Motion sickness prevention
Eye and Mouth Problems
- Canker or cold sore
- Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
- Sty (bump or bumps on the eyelid
- Head lice
- Tick bite
URAC’s telehealth accreditation standards were developed in consultation with leading experts in the telehealth industry, including representatives from healthcare providers, technology firms, consumer organizations, insurers, and academics. Industry best practices were identified in areas such as quality and coordination of care, access, safety, systems integrity and reliability, consumer protection and empowerment, and regulatory compliance.
Achievement of the URAC Telehealth Accreditation seal is a mark of high-performing telehealth providers who believe in and practice excellence.
Reminder: Hospital visiting is still restrictedJanuary 12, 2021
Check the UHS website directly for visitor restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual screenings are available as well.
First COVID-19 vaccines given at UHS Chenango Memorial HospitalDecember 23, 2020
On Tuesday, December 22, Dr. Jason Joseph became the first person to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Chenango County.
Thanks to Teng family, thousands of masks come to UHSDecember 23, 2020
UHS has increased its supply of COVID-19 masks, thanks to a family connection and a generous donation that links medical supply companies on Long Island with UHS’ warehouse in the Southern Tier.
UHS' Dr. Jones among first to get vaccinated for COVID-19December 23, 2020
An infectious disease specialist was one of the first members of the UHS team to get the vaccine for COVID-19 on Dec. 19. Zachary Jones, MD, joined several other regional providers to get in line for the shot.