Yes, all ZoomCare neighborhood clinics diagnose and treat STIs/STDs. To schedule a visit, go to zoomcare.com or the iOS App.
How to schedule:
NOTE: We can't diagnose or treat STI/STD issues through ChatCare. You need to schedule an in-person visit.
No, we don't do drug testing or screening.
Yes! Please schedule a visit with our Gynecology (Women's Health) Team today. To schedule a visit, go to zoomcare.com or the iOS App.
How to schedule:
All ZoomCare neighborhood clinics offer birth control counseling. To schedule a visit, go to zoomcare.com or through the App.
How to schedule:
NOTE: If you're interested in advanced birth control like an IUD or Implanon, you should instead schedule with our gynecology (women's health) specialists.
To schedule a Gynecology (Women's Health) Visit:
ZoomCare does not offer well-child visits or pediatric vaccines. All of our doctors are trained to perform basic sports or camp physicals. Schedule a visit at zoomcare.com or the iOS app, and don't forget to bring any medical paperwork you need for your child or dependent's sports team or camp to your visit.
Our annual wellness visit focuses on health screening and prevention. Schedule with Primary Care for this type of visit.
Your ZoomCare doctor will review your health history and complete an evidence-based prevention checklist focusing on the recommended labs, test, and vaccinations based on your age and lifestyle. Our providers follow the health screening guidelines outlined by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).
Labs commonly ordered during an annual wellness visit include Pap smears for women, lipid panels, and STI/STD testing. These visits are also a great time for your annual flu shot. We may even update your booster shots or vaccinations for Tdap, hepatitis, and others.
NOTE: This is not a visit focused on diagnosing or treating a specific medical problem. If you have any concerning symptoms or need ongoing care for chronic conditions, please schedule an Illness/Injury visit.
We can run all the tests you need—all at ZoomCare. Rapid tests and blood draws are done on-site during your visit.
ZoomCare Rapid Tests: Complete in-clinic
ZoomCare Lab Tests: Results within 24-48 hours
We partner with LabCorp for labs not listed here.
For COVID testing, see our COVID testing FAQs.
Yes, you can! Schedule a same-day visit on the web or in the ZoomCare app.
We have the most common vaccines for adults and kids available at all ZoomCare locations. ZoomCare does not offer a complete list of pediatric vaccines.
Vaccines available at all ZoomCare Locations:
We don't carry travel vaccines such as Yellow Fever, Typhoid, Polio, and Rabies. We can prescribe prophylactic medication for travel, such as malaria prophylaxis.
No, we don't do Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Physicals.
Yes, schedule a same-day visit on the web or in the ZoomCare app to start your PPD/Tuberculosis test. Add "PPD or TB Test" as your reason for visit.
To get your results, return to a clinic within 48-72 hours later to have the test checked. There's no need to schedule a visit to receive your results—you can stop by any of our locations to get your results read. You don't have to return to the clinic where your test was placed. You may have to wait a few minutes for your doctor to interpret the results.
Note: If your school or work requires paperwork to be filled out. Please bring it when you get your results read.
Yes! We treat chronic pain with chiropractic care, physical therapy, and mental health care. We do not prescribe opioids, benzos, or narcotics. Schedule a ZoomCare visit at zoomcare.com or in the ZoCare app to find out about our pain management options.
*Note: You must be 18 or older to see a mental health specialist at ZoomCare.
ZoomCare doesn't prescribe opioids, benzos, or narcotics for pain management. Schedule a ZoomCare visit at zoomcare.com or in the ZoomCare app to find out about other pain management options.
No, ZoomCare doesn't prescribe medical marijuana.
No, ZoomCare doesn't prescribe service animals at this time.
Please email our Help Team, and they'll reach out to your doctor. If your doctor approves, we'll email you a doctor's note.
ZoomCare is not a hospital ER. If you have a serious but non-life-threatening emergency, we'll send you to ZoomSuper. Or, you can directly schedule Emergency Care from zoomcare.com or the ZoomCare app. You'll be treated by board-certified Emergency physicians equipped with CT, ultrasound, digital x-ray, on-site labs, meds, and much more.
If you're having a life-threatening emergency go to the ER or call 911.
We'll take all the images and run any tests you need, only at ZoomCare. We only refer out if ZoomCare does not have the test available—and we refer only to select test centers. You can check your results in your Timeline on the web or in the ZoomCare app.