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Virtual Care      

Urgent Care video visits

WVU Medicine Urgent Care can evaluate and treat a number of common conditions with a remote video visit. This service is available to adults and children of any age. This is a service for patients who have minor medical conditions, and not for emergencies. Please do not visit a WVU Medicine Urgent Care location or emergency department with flu-like symptoms.

Outpatient video visits

Many providers across WVU Medicine now offer video outpatient care appointments to their established patients. Services available include primary care and pediatric visits, as well as some specialty care. Through an outpatient video visit, you can receive an examination, diagnosis, and treatment from a WVU Medicine provider.

Comprehensive e-visits

An e-visit is a type of virtual care available for diagnosis and treatment of several very common complaints. Some conditions can be diagnosed as treated through the use of a detailed, easy to use online questionnaire.

Learn about accepted insurance plans.

Urgent Care      

You can’t predict when you might get sick or hurt, but WVU Medicine Urgent Care can provide the help you need for non-emergency health issues.

Our team treats people of all ages for a wide range of illnesses and injuries, including: abdominal pain, broken bones, coughs, colds, flu, infections, rashes, sprains, strains, and more. No appointment is necessary at our clinics. Video visits are also available.

Days, evenings, weekends, and holidays – we’re ready to get you back on track as quickly as possible. Most of our locations are open seven days a week, with on-site lab and x-ray services, for one-stop care by our friendly, professional staff.

And because we are part of WVU Medicine, we can easily refer you for follow-up or specialty care, if needed.

Most insurance plans are accepted. Some services are not available at all locations.

Emergency Care      

If you or your child needs urgent medical care, please go immediately to your nearest Emergency Room. If you are unable to get to the closest hospital yourself, call 911 right away. Otherwise, you may want to talk with your doctor before going to the Emergency Room or visit your nearest urgent care clinic.

The WVU Medicine Center for Emergency Medicine at J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital is the “front door” for sick and injured patients from across our region, both pediatric and adult.

Our emergency department specializes in providing emergency care for any serious injury or illness you may experience. Our physicians, nurses, and technicians bring together expertise and training in practices and methods that will guide you through the emergency department experience and provide the highest level of care available.

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