You should be seen by an in-person doctor (urgent care or primary doctor’s office) if:
You're a male (of any age).
You're a female under the age of 18.
You've had 3 UTIs in the last 12 months and haven't yet seen a doctor.
You have a history of kidney stones.
You have flank (kidney) pain.
For the vast majority of those who occasionally suffer, you can skip the cost and hassle of going somewhere to be seen in-person and call a doctor instead.
If you’ve got a UTI, going to the ER may cost you. Debt.org found the average cost of care for a UTI in an ER setting was nearly $700. With First Stop Health, the cost is predictably smaller. Employers cover the cost of our service (usually 100%, but at times employees pay a small visit fee, disclosed during intake).
So if you have that frequent urge to go, sit back, pick up the phone, and call First Stop Health instead.
Talk to a Doctor in MINUTES
Does your employer provide First Stop health? Call 888-691-7867 or request a visit online.