Compare your quick care options.

Your primary care provider is the best starting point for care. Yours might even offer same-day appointments to meet your needs. But when your doctor’s not available, finding and comparing quick care options is easier than ever.

By Need

From sprains to colds to pinkeye, compare your quick care options side by side. Learn more about how your options work and what they cost.*

By Care Option

From 24-hour Nurse Line support to emergency room care, compare quick care options and get the information you need to help make decisions about where to seek care.

Start with your primary care physician.

When you need care, call your primary care provider (PCP) or family doctor first. Your doctor knows you best and can take care of many health needs including vaccinations, regular checkups, high blood pressure, sprains and infections. Yours might even offer same-day appointments to help meet your needs.

Your PCP can:

  • Access your full health history and medical records.
  • Recommend treatment plans based on your individual needs.
  • Advise you when to see a specialist or other health care provider.
  • Provide referrals when necessary.
  • Provide women's health management.


Check your official health plan documents to see what services and providers are covered by your health plan. Suggested care options are not medical advice. If you believe you are having an emergency, go to the nearest emergency room or call 911.

*Information about treatment costs are estimates and reflect the average costs of guidance and care delivered through UnitedHealthcare owned and contracted service providers to members of UnitedHealthcare health plans. Costs for specific guidance and treatments may be higher or lower than the costs represented here. Emergency room cost estimates include facility charge and initial physician consultation.

The Designated Virtual Visit Provider’s reduced rate for a virtual visit is subject to change at any time.

**Not available in all states or plans.