An annual wellness visit gives you the opportunity to discuss your health concerns before they become more serious—and develop a plan to keep you healthy.

You won’t be charged for an annual wellness visit—whether you choose to have it in person or as a virtual (video call) visit.

Staying up to date on preventive care can save you money in the long run. Don’t put off living your healthiest life.

$0 copay for virtual wellness visits.

How do I know if my current provider offers virtual visits?

Call your primary care provider and ask about virtual visit options or set up a video visit with a licensed physician from our partner, Signify Health.

Unsure who your primary care provider is?

Find them in your member account. Login or sign up.

How does Signify Health work?

Priority Health partners with Signify Health to provide virtual visits for you when your regular doctor is unavailable. Their licensed physicians will walk you through your health assessment and share information with your regular primary care provider so you can manage your care together. You'll also receive an after-visit summary for your records. If follow-up care is required, it will be supervised by your primary care provider.

Signify Health virtual visits won't affect your health plan coverage or any care you're receiving from your primary care provider.

Schedule a virtual visit by calling Signify Health at 855.746.8710 (TTY 711), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Ask to schedule a virtual video visit and they will help you find a time that works for you.

Remember to have your Priority Health membership card ID handy.


What do I need for a virtual visit?

You’ll need either a smartphone, tablet or computer with a camera and internet connection for your video visit.

It’s easy to set up--you’ll receive instructions from Signify Health.

During the visit have handy:

  • List of your current prescriptions and over-the-counter medications
  • Priority Health Member ID

If you need help, call Priority Health customer service. 


Please note that providers in the State of Michigan may have different policies in place in regards to wellness visits and COVID procedures. Contact your provider if you have questions.