Online Prescriptions

Get your prescriptions online and save time, money and hassle.

Prescriptions Available Online

Receive quality care from experts in the medical field 24/7, all at an affordable price. Visit a healthcare professional and get a new prescription or refill an existing prescription hassle-free, from the comfort of your home*.

Antidote providers cannot prescribe controlled substances. See Our Prescription Policy.

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Why Choose an Online Prescription?

Board Certified Experts

Speak with a nationally-board certified professional and receive trusted advice wherever you are. Our world-renowned medical experts are specialists in their fields that provide diagnoses, treatments, prescriptions, and work notes.

Quick Access

Avoid waiting in urgent care lines and get access to quality healthcare from the comfort of your home. Access a clinician 24/365 24/365 for you and your entire family. Schedule and start your health visit with a healthcare professional in under ten minutes.

Affordable Healthcare

Enjoy unlimited appointments throughout the year. Our affordable plans start at only $29 dollars and cover include new and existing acute prescriptions. Get high quality care on-demand, at a low cost.

Patients Love Using Antidote Health

“Very helpful physician. She listened to what I had to say. Gave good advice. A much more relaxed way to speak with a doctor.
Stacy Price
Great service doctor was compassionate, empathetic asked plenty of questions and was very helpful.”
“Excellent service with quick results, couldn't be happier
William Hull

Frequently Asked Questions

Can anyone use Antidote Health?

Antidote Health is a telehealth provider dedicated to providing high quality healthcare at affordable prices to everyone – regardless of insurance. Patients can use our services as long as they have an internet connection and are in one of the many states we currently serve. 

Medicare and Medicaid recipients are currently not eligible to use Antidote Health because of regulations related to those programs.

What states does Antidote Health serve?

Antidote Health currently serves patients in the following states:

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin

If your state isn’t listed, check back with us as we’re continually growing and expanding services

Does Antidote Health accept insurance?

Because our mission is to provide everyone with affordable healthcare, Antidote Health does not participate with any insurance companies. This allows us to keep our costs low and pass those savings on to our patients. 

Anyone can use Antidote Health, whether they have insurance or not. The only exception is Medicare and Medicaid recipients because of regulations related to those programs.

Will my insurance reimburse me?

Because Antidote Health does not participate with any insurance companies, it is unlikely that your insurance would reimburse you for a visit. The good news is that Antidote Health prices are affordable enough to leave your insurance out of it. We may even cost less than your office visit copay. Plus, you save the time and transportation costs of getting to the doctor’s office. 

Is Antidote Health for emergencies?

No. Antidote Health does not provide emergency care. If you think you may be experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or seek immediate emergency attention.

Can I use Antidote Health for urgent care?

Urgent care conditions are not emergencies but do require attention within 24 hours. Some urgent care situations can be treated using Antidote Health while others cannot. For instance, telehealth is not a great option if you have a deep cut requiring stitches, but it’s perfect for a variety of other issues that you might otherwise go to an urgent care center to treat, including:

How much does an online clinician visit cost?

Antidote Health offers a variety services for Primary Care, Hypertension Care, Diabetes Care and Mental Health Care. Please see our pricing page for more information.

For more information, view our pricing and packages.

Can I cancel at any time? Without fees?

You can cancel your Antidote Health subscription at any time by emailing The cancellation will take effect immediately and your next month’s subscription fee will not be charged. If you have not used any services in the current month, you may be eligible for a refund of the current month’s fee.

If after canceling your subscription you wish to subscribe again, there will be a 6-month waiting period for a new subscription. However, you can continue to use the one-time visit option during that time. For more information, read our full Terms of Use for Subscriptions.

Can children use Antidote Health?

Pediatric virtual care visits are possible with Antidote Health. The parent simply needs to download the app and log in with the child’s details to start their visit. Additional consents may also be required.

Do I need to create an account?

Before your online doctor visit, you will be prompted to create a secure Antidote Health account. This is how we ensure that the information your clinician will need to provide care is gathered and stored securely between visits. 

Registration is simple, takes just a few moments and can be completed via either the online site or your downloaded app. Once your account is created, you can sign in to Antidote Health on the app or the web using the same username and password.

Can I schedule my online clinician visit?

You can start your telehealth appointment immediately or schedule it for the future. Simply sign in and select “See a Clinician.” Then follow the prompts to schedule your visit.

Can I add my spouse or kids to my account?

Your one-time or individual subscription account is designed for YOU. It can only be used to provide you care. However, you can choose to subscribe to a Family Plan. This will allow your spouse, children, and entire household to access Antidote Health services, provided they meet the criteria for care (are physically in a state we serve and are not eligible for Medicare or Medicaid).  

Family plans are designed for 4 family members, but more can be added by contacting our support team. Learn more about our Family Plan Benefits and Pricing.

How many people can I add to my family plan?

There is no limit to the number of members on your family plan, but there is a limit to the number of visits during the subscription term (e.g., 20 visits per year). You can always purchase additional visits at a discounted rate if you need them.

Also, when you sign up for a family plan, you will find available slots for 4 family members. This is the default setting, which can be changed by contacting our support team. Learn more about our Family Plan Benefits and Pricing.

How does Antidote Health secure my health and personal information?

Antidote takes the privacy and security of our patients seriously. We safeguard patient data using next generation cybersecurity technology and have implemented safeguards to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of our patients' data. The Antidote Health team has earned the ISO 27001 certification for information security and 27799 certification for health information security management. If you have specific questions about your data security, contact our support team.

How do I cancel, deactivate or update my account?

Any changes to your account can be made by emailing our support team. This includes:

  • Subscription cancelations
  • Account deactivation
  • Account changes or information updates
How do I reschedule my online clinician visit?

If you need to reschedule a telehealth appointment, simply sign in and then select “See a Clinician.” Follow the prompts to reschedule your visit.

Can I use Antidote Health if I don’t have insurance?

Yes! Not only can you use the virtual-health platform, it was literally designed for you! Antidote Health’s mission is to provide quality, affordable healthcare to all Americans. Period. We believe every human deserves access to affordable quality healthcare regardless of their race, location, or circumstance – including whether or not they have insurance. That’s why our plans and prices are so affordable. The only thing preventing you from trying Antidote Health is if you are not in a state we currently serve or you qualify for Medicare/Medicaid. Regulations for those programs prevent us from being able to serve Medicare or Medicaid patients.

Does Antidote Health offer health insurance?

No! Antidote Health is NOT an insurance product, health insurance plan or health insurer. Subscribing to our packages simply discounts our services for repeat users or adds additional benefits. If you are seeking health insurance, you must purchase it separately from a licensed insurance company.

How long is an online clinician visit?

Most visits only take a few minutes. But it all depends on you, your clinician and your medical complaint. Your care provider will take the time needed to fully understand and address your concerns – without wasting your time or keeping you waiting.

Can I get a medical note for work or school?

At their discretion, Antidote Health providers can provide official medical note for work or school. The cause of the absence must be a current or ongoing medical condition causing symptoms, and all notes are for a maximum of five days of absence, so it is important to schedule your telehealth visit while you are experiencing the illness. For more details see our full Medical Note Policy.

What medications can providers prescribe?

Your Antidote Health clinician can prescribe any routine, non-controlled medications. These include, but are not limited to, antibiotics, birth control pills and hypertension medications. However, as a telemedicine company we can NOT prescribe or refill-controlled substances, including most muscle relaxants, pain narcotics, ADD/ADHD medication, and insomnia medications, such as:

  • Adderall
  • Ativan
  • Ambien
  • Clonazepam
  • Equanil
  • Fiorinal
  • Lunesta
  • Lyrica
  • Modafinil
  • Valium
  • Xanax

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Antidote providers cannot prescribe controlled substances. See Our Prescription Policy