Your MyPriority plan includes access to affordable virtual primary care 

Your plan offers cost savings and convenience with a virtual provider that goes where you go. With virtual primary care through Corewell Health your care is always at your fingertips. Plus, you get a integrated member experience that keeps care close to home with a virtual primary care provider located right here in Michigan.

Getting started with a virtual primary care

  1. Schedule your first visit with your virtual primary care provider (PCP) below.
  2. As necessary, your virtual PCP will order tests, labs, prescriptions and follow-up specialist care.
  3. After a virtual visit with your virtual provider, they will refer you to get the in-person care you need.

Read answers to frequently asked questions.

Virtual primary care

With your MyPriority plan you can schedule virtual appointments for primary care, behavioral health, preventive health and chronic condition care, right from your phone, tablet, or computer.

Your costs*

Medical care: Up to $10

Urgent care: Up to $10

Behavioral health: Up to $10

*Most members pay less than $10. MyPriority HSA plan members have access to virtual primary care for $0, after deductible. 

Virtual primary care includes coverage for

  • Behavioral and mental health
  • Preventive healthcare
  • Chronic condition management

Schedule your first virtual visit


Get the care you need from wherever you are, not the ER

We treat 90% of common ER complaints from bug bites to stomach bugs, from sunburn to sore throats. On your computer, on your phone, on your time.


Your first stop for care

  • Wellness visits
  • Lab and screenings
  • Chronic conditions
  • Diet and nutrition
  • RX management
  • Specialist referrals
  • Family medicine
  • Men's and women's health

  • Cold and flu
  • Cough
  • COVID-19
  • Sinus infections
  • Skin rashes
  • Asthma and allergies
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Headaches and migraines

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Stress
  • Trauma and loss
  • PTSD
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Relationship issues
  • Mental health screenings
  • Grief

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Paying your premium

Your premium is the amount you pay each month for your health care coverage. No matter what payment method you picked when you enrolled, you can change it at any time.

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Additional benefits included in your plan

    • 24/7 emergency travel assistance through Assist America
    • Emotional support on demand through myStrength
    • Hearing discount program through TruHearing
    • Health and fitness through Active&Fit Direct
    • Discounts on dining, travel and entertainment through Benefit Hub

    Frequently asked questions

    What is Corewell Health virtual primary care?

    Virtual primary care s the fastest, easiest way to see your provider on your computer, tablet, or smart phone. Our approach to care is all about breaking down the walls of an office and supporting your health wherever you are. Your virtual primary care provider is Michigan-based, and our providers are available on your schedule.

    What conditions does virtual primary care treat? 

    Our providers see a broad range of conditions from preventive care and everyday care, to chronic condition management. Examples of common conditions we treat include:

    Preventive care

    Chronic disease management

    • Asthma
    • Diabetes
    • High blood pressure
    • High cholesterol
    • Weight management

    Urgent and acute care

    • Allergies
    • Bronchitis & pneumonia
    • Cellulitis & skin conditions
    • Cold & flu
    • Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
    • Fevers
    • Sinus infections
    • Urinary tract infections
    • Vaginal & yeast infections
    • Vomiting & diarrhea

    Can I use virtual primary care for preventive care?

    Yes. Preventive care–yearly doctor visits, flu shots and some lab tests–helps you stay healthy. It can help you avoid potential health problems or find them early when they're most treatable, before you feel sick or have symptoms. Through video calls, your primary care provider (PCP) can conduct the majority of the preventive care screenings you may need.

    During a virtual annual check up, your PCP will:

    • Discuss personal and family medical histories
    • Review current lifestyle and health choices
    • Review immunizations
    • Screen for potential illness such as depression or anxiety
    • Discuss personal health goals such as weight loss, smoking cessation, etc
    • Guide you through a virtual physical examination

    If in-person preventive care is needed, your provider can order appropriate labs, imaging, and make referrals to in network, in-person care. Examples of services that may require a referral to an in-person provider include vaccines, blood work, mammograms, or colonoscopy.

    What if I need a prescription?

    If your virtual provider determines you need a prescription they will place the order for the prescription at your pharmacy of choice.

    What happens if I need imaging or X-ray?

    The process for each is similar to what you'd expect when going to see a provider in person. Here's how it works:

    1. If your virtual primary care provider orders imaging for you, they will review their recommendations with you during your visit.

    2. Following your visit, you'll be referred to a location within your network for you to get the imaging done.

    3. Your provider's team will help you schedule any necessary appointments and provide you with documentation to bring with you to the imaging center.

    4. Once the imaging center sends results back to your provider, they will be reviewed. Your primary care provider will then contact you with information about what the results mean and if any further action or follow up is necessary.

    What happens if I need to see a specialist or get a physical exam?

    If your virtual provider recommends that you see a specialist or need to see a provider in person, they will review those recommendations with you during your visit and process the referral. After you've seen the in-person specialist, your virtual primary care provider will review the findings and if needed will schedule a follow up appointment with you so that they can review results and create a plan that's personalized and appropriate for your needs..

    What if I need lab work?

    During your visit, if your provider thinks a lab test in need they will order a lab test. You simply visit the lab location closest to you with the Priority Health HMO network. In the event your primary care provider needs to see you regarding your lab results they will reach out to coordinate scheduling the visit. The lab results will also be available for you to review in the MyChart app.