Options for Care

Need care? Get familiar with your options. That will help you choose the most appropriate and cost-effective medical care. The chart below shows how costs may vary depending on where you choose to go (or call).

Your Care Options
Your Care Options Cost Needs or Symptoms Available 24/7 Rx Virtual Care In-Person Care
CloseKnit Virtual Care
CloseKnit offers 24/7/365 virtual-first primary care, urgent care, mental health and other specialty services.

*in-person care available when applicable

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  • Preventive visits
  • Urgent care
  • Mental health therapy
  • Psychiatry for ages 2+
  • Lactation consultation
  • Nutrition and diet support
  • Billing and benefits support
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24-Hour Nurse Advice Line
Call 800-535-9700 for general questions about health issues or where to go for care
  • Cough, cold and flu
  • Rashes
  • Medication questions
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PCP Visit
Discuss diagnosis treatment of illness, chronic conditions, routine check-ups.

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  • Routine physical
  • Diabetic care
  • Cough, cold, flu, allergies
  • Bronchitis
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Convenience Care
(e.g., Retail clinics such as CVS MinuteClinic)
Health screenings, vaccinations, minor illness or injury
  • Cough and cold
  • Pink eye
  • Ear pain
  • Flu shot
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Urgent Care
(e.g., Patient First or ExpressCare)
Non-life-threatening illness or injury requiring immediate care
  • Sprains
  • Cut requiring stitches
  • Minor burns
  • Sore throat
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Emergency Room
Life-threatening illness or injury
  • Chest pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Major burns
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Keep in mind, you're likely to pay more for care in a hospital. Consider using non-hospital facilities like convenience care or urgent care centers.

Remember, it's your health, your money, your decision.

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NOTE: The information provided is meant to be helpful when you are seeking care. It is not intended as medical advice. Only a medical provider can offer medical advice. The choice of provider or place to seek medical treatment belongs entirely to you.