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Patient Attending Urgent Care Online OnDemand Visit With Lancaster General Health
Have questions or want to schedule an urgent care video visit now? Call 717-544-2222

OnDemand Visits and COVID-19

Penn Medicine is taking extra precautions to provide the safest environment possible during the ongoing international outbreak of coronavirus. If you feel sick, consider using Penn Medicine OnDemand for a virtual evaluation.

See a Penn Medicine Provider Anytime for Urgent Care. Just $49 Per Video Visit.

Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health OnDemand Services 

Let Our Providers Come to You

It's Fast and Easy

Simply call 717-544-2222 to schedule. Average visits are 15 minutes.

It's Anytime

Available 24/7/365. Call from anywhere in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and Delaware.

It's Affordable

For a flat $49 fee, you can interact with a Penn Medicine provider just like you would during an office visit.

How it Works

1. Schedule Your Penn Medicine OnDemand Virtual Visit

  • Call 717-544-2222 to speak with a representative to schedule your visit.

2. Prepare for Your OnDemand Call. You'll Need:

  • A video-enabled device like an iPhone, iPad, Android mobile phone or tablet.
  • A MyLGHealth account. If you don't have an account, register here, or our representative will provide instructions during the sign-up process.
  • The MyChart app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Once downloaded, search for Lancaster General Health. Click to add Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health and log in to your MyLGHealth account.

3. Begin Your Visit

  • Log in to your MyLGHealth account in the MyChart app 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time.
  • Complete the eCheckin process and make your payment.
  • In Appointments, select "Visit OnDemand" and wait for the provider to begin your visit.

Still Have Questions?

View our FAQ or call 717-544-2222

Penn Medicine OnDemand should not be used for life-threatening emergencies