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Online Scheduling At Beebe

Beebe offers online scheduling for COVID-19 tests, vaccines, Walk-In Care, and for Virtual Visits (telemedicine).

Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine or COVID-19 Test

COVID-19 Testing: Beebe offers COVID-19 rapid antigen and PCR (polymerase chain reaction) testing at our Walk-In Care centers. Your clinician will determine which test best fits your needs based on your symptoms. If you are not able to find an appointment that best meets your needs, please try contacting your primary care provider as many are offering testing by appointment. Click here to learn more about testing options.

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Schedule your COVID-19 TEST

Please note Lewes and Millsboro - Mitchell Street offer testing by appointment only.
When you arrive at either of these two locations use the entrance with the Blue Star sign.

Schedule your COVID-19 VACCINE

COVID-19 Vaccines: You can schedule your vaccine or simply walk in to any of our Walk-In Care Centers. While appointments are not required they may help alleviate possible wait times. If you received your first vaccine elsewhere, be sure to bring your vaccine card. If you have questions or need help scheduling your vaccine call 302-645-3200.

Please note: All persons ages 12-17 must have consent and authorization to treat signed by a parent or legal guardian in order to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccine cannot be administered without signed paperwork. Beebe is administering the Pfizer vaccine, which is approved for ages 12 and older. Click the Vaccination Forms link below to download and print the forms.


Reserve Your Walk-In Spot

Keep in mind, you are Reserving a Spot. This is not a traditional appointment. However, we will do our best to see you as close to your given time as possible. Once you reserve your spot at the location you desire, you can expect to receive a text message with additional information. Walk-Ins at our Walk-In Care centers are always welcome! This is for non-emergency appointments.

To reserve your spot, select the location you prefer below. Have your insurance card ready as the system will ask for that information. If you do not have insurance, please type N/A in the insurance field in the pop-up window. Once you complete the scheduling process, you will receive a text message with a link to a pre-registration form. When you arrive to your reserved spot, please be sure to have a photo ID and insurance card, if applicable.

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Learn what types of ailments are commonly treated at Beebe Walk-In Care.


Schedule Virtual Visit (Telemedicine)

Beebe Medical Group Walk-In Care is now offering telemedicine appointments or virtual visits. Using this technology, you can schedule a video appointment with one of our experienced, compassionate providers. With virtual visits, you can book anytime from anywhere, whether that’s evening hours from a laptop or on-the-go from a mobile device. Choosing from our available slots, you can pick a time that works best for you. We urge you to not delay important medical care.

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When is it appropriate to schedule a virtual visit?

Allergies
Insect bites/stings
Asthma attacks (wheezing)
Back or neck pain
Other pain (excluding Chest pain/angina)
URI or bronchitis
Burns (minor)
Cold sores
Cough and Cold (without worsening SOB from baseline)
COVID exposure or symptoms (excluding CP or SOB)
Nausea/ Vomiting/Diarrhea
Fever (mild)
Flu like illness (mild)
Headache
Sore throat/ laryngitis
Conjunctivitis/pink eye
Rash/Dermatitis
Skin infections (mild)
Sinus infections
Sprains or strains (mild)
Sunburn
Urinary symptoms (incontinence, frequency, etc )
Urinary tract infection (may need urine sample)
Vaginal pain (no bleeding or discharge or pap with pelvic)
Minor injuries (no lacerations or open wounds)


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