For the most common ailments.
Now available at select Publix pharmacies. Here's how it works:
- Find a location near you, and tell the pharmacy associate at that store that you’d like to use Walk-In Care. They’ll get you set up and answer all your questions.
- A series of on-screen prompts will connect you to a licensed healthcare professional. You’ll talk to them via video.
- You’ll see a variety of tools—thermometers, pulse and blood pressure monitors, etc.—connected to the monitor. You’ll use those as directed, and the results will go to your healthcare provider in real time.
- You can pick up your prescriptions or over-the-counter medication (if needed) right at the pharmacy once you’re done!
Walk-In Care can help with many of the things a traditional walk-in care facility can treat, such as allergies, sinus infections, earaches, bug bites, pinkeye, colds and flu, and more. Just stop by next time you're feeling under the weather. Sunshine is right around the corner.
We're pleased to partner with hospitals around the Southeast to make sure you can talk to a licensed healthcare professional in a way that's most convenient for you. We're growing every day, so check back to find new partners near you.
- Location: Tampa, FL, and surrounding communities
- Cost: $59 per visit
- Visit baycare.org/baycareanywhere for more information.
- Location: St. Johns County, FL, and surrounding communities
- Cost: $59 per visit
- Visit flaglerwalkincare.com for more information.
- Location: Beaufort, SC, and surrounding communities
- Cost: $67 per visit
- Visit beaufortmemorial.org/publixwalkincare for more information.
Walk-In Care is a telemedicine service provided by local hospitals. It is a consultation with a licensed healthcare provider provided through the electronic exchange of medical information from one site to another. Walk-In Care is not Publix. Walk-In Care can only be provided for patients ages two and older. Walk-In Care is not intended to replace regular visits to your primary care physician. Walk-In Care is not appropriate if you are experiencing a medical emergency that requires immediate medical attention. In case of a life-threatening medical emergency, call 911.