COVID-19 Vaccines and Tests Remain Free and Widely Available
- Safe, effective, and free vaccines are widely available at doctor’s offices, pharmacies, and numerous other locations around the state. Arizonans age 5 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine. You can find a vaccine site at azdhs.gov.
- COVID-19 testing is also widely available, please visit azdhs.gov. Please help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by getting tested if you have symptoms and isolating if you test positive.
- Why wait for an appointment, drive to the doctor’s office, and sit in a crowded waiting room? You can now connect with a doctor on your mobile device. Services are available 24/7 so you and your family can get care quickly.
- Through live video, doctors review symptoms and medications, perform an exam and may recommend treatment, including prescriptions and lab work, if needed. All doctors are board-certified and extensively trained in telehealth.
- Telehealth can be used for colds, flu, fever, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, rash, allergies, heartburn, indigestion, respiratory issues, migraines, pink eye, eczema, acne, and other non-emergency conditions. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.
- Mental Health Services are now also available.
- Triple Choice Plan: $49 or $20 copay after deductible.
- HDHP: $49 or 10% after deductible.
- This applies to all telemedicine services, including mental health.
How To Use TELEHEALTH Services
- Choose the Service
- Download: Find the app you want to use on your device’s app store.
- Register: Get your insurance card and register on the app in a few taps.
- Connect: Follow the instructions in the app to connect with a doctor in minutes.
American Sign Language Access
To access an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter for your Doctor on Demand visit, please follow these instructions.
Note: You can also receive 200 HIP points for a telehealth visit.