On-Demand Virtual Care
On-demand virtual care services are closed on Thursday, November 23, 2023, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Begin an On-Demand Virtual Care Visit by Calling (406) 858-7978
Our On-Demand Virtual Care department is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm MST. If you require medical advice during our non-operating hours, please call your respective clinic phone number. The call will be routed to the on-call provider.
What is an On-Demand Virtual Care Visit?
Logan Health's virtual, on-demand visits are a fast, convenient alternative to an in-person visit with Logan Health providers. On-demand virtual care visits can address more health conditions and services than you might expect and are available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm
for adults and children. A Logan Health on-demand virtual care video visit will provide the same quality you’d expect from an in-person visit while saving you time and travel.
Your visit will begin with a connection to a nurse, who will connect you to a Logan Health provider using your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. A healthcare provider will listen to your concerns through a secure video connection, answer your questions, and recommend a treatment plan. Supported web browsers include Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge and Firefox.
On-Demand Virtual Care Fees:
For patients with insurance, the fee is associated with the co-pay towards your deductible. Please have a photo ID and insurance card ready at the time of the call. Contact your insurance provider for details on coverage and associated fees. Our on-demand services are also available for patients without insurance. Your visit will be charged to your credit, debit, or HSA card. A deposit will be collected up front.
Conditions We Treat
Logan Health On-Demand Virtual Care is not for people suffering from serious, life-threatening or emergency conditions, such as:
If you have any of the above symptoms or any other serious medical concerns, please call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency department.
- Chest pain
- Neurological symptoms, suggesting a stroke
- Difficulty breathing
- Dizziness or loss of consciousness
- Sudden bleeding
- Choking or gagging
- Severe hypertension or hemorrhoids
- Head injury
- Possible broken bones
- Patients who want to hurt themselves (suicidality)
- Patients who want to hurt others (homicidally)
- Schizophrenia or hallucinations