Video Visits – Now Available

Per Telehealth Visit
Most Insurance Plans Accepted*
Schedule Your Visit
Request a video visit now, or schedule a time that works for you.
Start a Telehealth Appointment
Open 7 Days a Week!

8AM – 8PM (Monday – Friday)
8AM – 5PM (Saturday & Sunday)

Connected Care, From Anywhere

RediClinic has elected to close its Texas-area clinics to focus on expanding our convenient telehealth option for our patients. Rite Aid Virtual Care, powered by RediClinic, connects you with a live board-certified clinician through a video visit from the comfort of your home.

Using your own device, a clinician can diagnose and treat common medical conditions, as well as write and electronically send prescriptions, if necessary.

How it Works

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Download The App

Select Your City & State

Select your State & City, and Confirm your InTouch Patient App download

Complete registration process and select appointment time

Click to enter the waiting room, stand by for a clinician.

If not using the app, use Google Chrome when using InTouch Patient Portal for best experience.*

What Do We Treat?

We treat common medical conditions for children and adults, patients 18 months and older. Your clinician is able to write (electronically send) prescriptions, if necessary. Such common conditions include:
Cold & Coughs
Minor Injuries
Sinus Infections
Skin Conditions
Sore Throat
Upset Stomach
UTI’s & Bladder Infections
Even More Services

Additional Services

One-time Medication Refil
Cosmetic Prescription
Stop Smoking / Tobacco Use
*Full payment must be satisfied on date of visit. Choosing to use or submit a claim to your insurance and state/federally funded plan, or benefit program (collectively known as “insurer”) may alter your financial responsibility.

**It is the patient’s responsibility to determine if his/her insurance is in network with RiteAid and whether a telemedicine visit is included in the insurance’s benefit program. As a courtesy to our patients, RiteAixd will file claims with these companies. It is ultimately the patient’s responsibility for the full and timely payment of your account.