FAQs

Kansas-Telehealth.com keeps its services affordable and easy to use at $39 per visit. No extra fees or hidden costs. We simply require a credit card on file for payment and do not require insurance. You will be responsible for covering any medication or testing from your pharmacy or lab. We can provide you with great discount codes to give your pharmacy to help you save a lot more on your medication(s).

After you complete your intake form, we can let you know if we are unable to treat you based on the severity of your symptoms and may recommend an Urgent Care or ER evaluation, in which you will not be charged for our services. We do not offer refunds on completed visits and cannot guarantee new prescriptions or refills if it is apparent those medications would cause harm or worsen a medical issue. 

We are often able to electronically send your prescription(s) to your local pharmacy right after your visit or within a few hours. Depending on the operating hours of your pharmacy, the times they will have your medication(s) ready may vary. Please keep in mind, new prescriptions are subject to medical appropriateness and refills subject to safe treatment. The majority of the time we are able to provide new medically necessary prescriptions, refills and / or testing orders, but we cannot guarantee that a certain condition will warrant a new prescription or refill if we feel it is unsafe for you.

We are happy to help you with our services, and follow up with you as often as you need. While we do feel that we are a great addition to your ongoing health and happiness, we must recommend seeing a primary care provider in-person in your area at least once a year for wellness exams or physicals. We also highly encourage you to carry insurance to cover any unpredictable emergencies or procedures that you or your loved ones may need in the future.

Yes, currently we are licensed in Kansas and can serve any resident in the state. We are unable to offer new prescriptions or refills or other treatment orders to anyone who does not currently live in Kansas at the time of their visit. 

Absolutely. “Overall, when NPs were in the same setting and held similar authority as physicians, patient outcomes for NPs and physicians were found to be comparable.” 1.

Kansas-Telehealth.com was formed by an experienced AANP Nationally Certified and Kansas licensed Family Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years in the medical profession. We also collaborate with an experienced Kansas licensed and Board Certified Physician. In the future we may add more providers and mental health counselors to further help our patients.

1. Source: Mundinger, M.O., Kane, R.L., Lenz, E.R., Totten, A.M., Tsai, W.Y., Cleary, P.D., Friedewald W.T., Siu A.L., & Shelanski, M.L. (2000). Primary care outcomes in patients treated by nurse practitioners or physicians: A randomized trial. Journal of the American Medical Association, 283(1), 59-68.

Currently the hours of operation are 9am to 10pm (CST) daily. However, simply email info@kansas-telehealth.com or use the contact form to request an appointment outside of those hours. You can also text or call 316-512-1062 to book a better time for you.