Quality Accessible Telehealth, Urgent Care, and Covid Testing


Since launching our telemedicine clinic in 2021, we have been healing from a distance with on-demand tele-health clinical visits for a wide variety of conditions to include specializing in COVID-19 Test to Treat at our Drive-Up locations. Telemedicine uses telecommunication and information technology to provide clinical care from a distance.​

If you are experiencing an emergency, please go to your nearest emergency room or call 911 for assistance.

MedBerry Clinic takes great pride in providing our community with high quality, patient-centric healthcare. Our providers are all state licensed healthcare providers. We are here to serve you. Let us know how we can help.


No-Cost Covid-19 Testing


Uninsured Covid-19 Testing


Rapid PCR Travel Covid-19 Testing

Telehealth Center

Telehealth appointment confirmations will be sent to the email address you provided at the time of testing. The email will have your appointment time and link. A computer or web-enable device with a camera and microphone are recommended to follow your appointment link. Audio only visits are also available.

Can I get a same-day telehealth appointment?

Yes, MedBerry Clinic has same day availability for Telehealth appointments. Our mission is to provide quality care at your fingertips.

What is your new patient procedure?

New patients are enrolled to MedBerry Clinic Electronic Medical Record (EMR) at the time of sign up or testing. Secure and HIPPA compliant telehealth appointment notification and connectivity are conducted through this system.

Are your services covered by my insurance?

Private health insurance, Medicare and Medicaid each have their own Covid-19 testing and telemedicine reimbursement rules. Upon verification, testing and telemedicine visits related to Covid-19 are covered with no out of pocket cost.

Where do health care providers conduct HIPPAA compliant telehealth appointments?

All appointments are conducted in a private setting, such as the doctor's private office connecting to a patient in their private location of choice. Providers and patients should use private settings for the telehealth visit, and avoid public or semi-public settings.