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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please do not use Cone Health emergency departments or urgent care centers for Covid-19 testing to avoid long wait times and enable clinical teams to focus on critical care needs. Get options for testing here.

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Save time and money by choosing the right place for your care. Schedule your appointment online to access convenient, affordable and high quality health care whenever you need.

W/You - Wherever You Are

Cone Health offers both in-office and virtual care options for many of our services. We are happy to assist in finding the right care option for you and your family.

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Primary Care

Schedule with a primary care provider for preventative care, general health concerns and referrals to specialists.
Time: 60 minutes
Cost: $
Who: All ages
What: Conditions Treated
How: In-Office, Phone or Video

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MyChart e-Visit

Complete a brief online questionnaire and receive a care plan from an e-visit provider within 1 hour. Available 8AM to 8PM.
Time: Varies
Cost: $
Who: Ages 18 years and up
What: Conditions Treated
How: Online Form

Start an e-Visit

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Connected Care

Pay a flat fee to connect with a board-certified provider on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Available 24/7.
Time: 20 minutes
Cost: $ (no insurance filed)
Who: All ages
What: Conditions Treated
How: Phone or Video

Start Phone/Video Visit

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Urgent Care

Office and virtual options available 7 days a week with extended hours in Greensboro, Kernersville, Mebane and Reidsville.
Time: 90 minutes
Cost: $$
Who: All ages
What: Conditions Treated
How: In-Office or Video

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Emergency Care

Open 24 hours in Greensboro, Burlington, Reidsville and High Point for serious injuries and illnesses. Virtual option also available from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Time: 240 minutes
Cost: $$$
Who: All ages (Children's ED in Greensboro)
What: Conditions Treated
How: In-Office or Virtual

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Behavioral Health Helpline

Mental health and personal crisis support. Available 24/7/365 by phone

336-832-9300 or 800-711-2635

Virtual behavioral health options are available through individual providers.

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Imaging Appointments

Call for information on scheduling your radiology or imaging appointments.

336-663-4290

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Nurse Advice Hotline

For 24/7 advice on where to get the best care for your non-emergency health needs,

833-868-2663



Printable Guide

Make an AppointmentDownload and print our handy chart for knowing when to go where during times of illness or injury.

Wellness Matters

Health tips and wellness videos from Cone Health providers.

  • FAQ: Caring for Kids With COVID-19 With Andres Ramgoolam, MD

    FAQ: Caring for Kids With COVID-19 With Andres Ramgoolam, MD

    Pediatrician Andres Ramgoolam, MD, explains how to recognize signs of COVID-19 in kids, how to care for kids when they're sick and signs of an emergency to look out for in this FAQ.
    September 17, 2021
  • Get the Facts: Debunking COVID-19 Vaccine Myths

    Get the Facts: Debunking COVID-19 Vaccine Myths

    Haven’t rolled up your sleeve and received your COVID-19 vaccine yet? Don’t let untruths about the vaccine sway your decision. Cone Health’s Chief Pharmacy Officer Dr. DeAnne Brooks debunks common myths about the COVID-19 vaccine so you have the facts.
    September 14, 2021
  • Hispanic Heritage Month With UNIDOS Network Group

    Hispanic Heritage Month With UNIDOS Network Group

    This month, Authentic Moments w/Kiva kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 through October 15) by hosting the leaders of UNIDOS. UNIDOS is a newly formed Inclusion Network Group that celebrates Hispanic culture.
    September 9, 2021
  • Few Breakthrough Infections Occur, but COVID-19 Vaccines Still Protect You

    Few Breakthrough Infections Occur, but COVID-19 Vaccines Still Protect You

    While breakthrough infections are possible, COVID-19 vaccines still help protect you from severe illness and hospitalization. As more contagious, more dangerous variants spread and hospitalizations rise – it’s important we continue to protect ourselves and each other. Here are three ways vaccines protect you and your communities.
    August 31, 2021