To schedule an appointment, simply log in to your account or call the toll-free number.
A physician will call you back, usually within 30 minutes, to discuss your condition, provide a diagnosis, and recommend treatment.
When appropriate, the physician may send in a prescription to your pharmacy of choice.
Your SwiftMD health record will be updated and is available 24/7 for your review.
SwiftMD is easy and provides the high-quality care you need, when and where you need it.
Members can choose to activate their account online or simply call the toll-free number.
SwiftMD doctors can diagnose and treat sinus infections, allergies and rashes, insect bites and stings, headache, fever and flu, pink eye, urinary tract infections, and many other routine, non-urgent illnesses.
All SwiftMD doctors are U.S.-trained in Emergency or Family Medicine, and all are Board-Certified with a minimum of 10 years of practice experience.
From the moment our agents answer your call, to the care you will receive from our doctors, we are here for you.
As a SwiftMD member you can simply call our toll-free number, or login at mySwiftMD.com to schedule a consult with a doctor. After the consult you can review your treatment notes posted at mySwiftMD.com, and you can enter your Medical History at any time, including any medications you are taking for ongoing medical conditions.
All SwiftMD programs are group-sponsored. If your employer or union has added SwiftMD to your benefit package, you call simple login at mySwiftMD.com or call 877-999-7943 to get started.
All SwiftMD doctors are U.S.-trained, and Board-Certified in Emergency or Family Medicine with a minimum of ten years of clinical experience.
SwiftMD treats many common, routine illnesses and injuries, including sinus infections, allergies and rashes, insect bites and stings, headache, fever and flu, pink eye, joint and back pain, stomach pain, and urinary tract infections. However, it is not designed to replace your Primary Care Physician or specialists managing chronic illnesses or serious medical conditions. For more information review our Exclusionary Criteria.