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Get 24/7 access to doctors from your phone through the Babylon app. No more waiting for hours, days or weeks to get an appointment.

Sign up with your health plan

*Video appointments are available through the Babylon app at no cost through select health plans, including Medi-Cal plans.

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If you receive insurance from your employer or have purchased a marketplace plan.

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If you receive your Medi-Cal plan through Health Net.


For all other health plans.

What Babylon can help you with:

You can use the Babylon app for most health concerns including COVID-19 questions, diabetes, flu and colds, contraception, strep throat and rashes.

You can also speak to a therapist when you need to.

Get 24/7 care, whenever you need it:

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Speak to a doctor, 24/7

Receive medical advice from clinicians and get referrals to specialists.

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Get a Healthcheck

Answer questions about your lifestyle and family history. Understand your current and future health, and learn how to stay healthy long-term.

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Check your symptoms

Describe what's wrong and our Chatbot can help. Use powerful artificial intelligence to identify possible causes, and get connected with the resources you need.

See how the COVID-19 Care Assistant works

The Babylon Chatbot is a symptom checker. It is for informational purposes only. Do not use the Babylon Chatbot for diagnosis or treatment. Do not use it for managing any condition, including COVID-19. It does not replace the advice of a healthcare provider. If you need medical advice, please book an appointment with a provider. You can do this through the Babylon app. If you are having a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. Only adults located in the United States should use the Babylon Chatbot. Do not use it if you are pregnant. The Babylon Chatbot is based on established sources like the CDC, WHO, medical journals, public health databases, and practice guidelines.