Treatment for Ringworm
We offer diagnosis and treatment for ringworm at over 2,000 locations nationwide.
The scaly, red, itchy circles of ringworm are actually caused by a fungus and not a worm as the name suggests. It can look like a red ring of small blisters or scaly skin. Children are more likely to get and spread it through contact or sharing of clothing or personal items. All ringworm is spread by skin-to-skin contact or by touching an infected animal or object, and scratching can cause infection. It’s important to treat ringworm promptly.
Click here to see our locations near where you work and live. A Convenient Care Plus Membership covers the cost of a visit for ringworm at many of our Walk-In Clinics where you and your family can see a specialist and get the relief you need today.
The Affordable Solution
A month-to-month membership with Convenient Care Plus typically costs less than a sick visit to a doctor. Convenient Care Plus is a convenient, cost-effective complement to today’s high-deductible health insurance plans. In addition to help with ringworm, we offer the ability to Call A Doctor 24 hours a day, a national network of Walk-In Clinics and many plans that include Health Advocate, a service to help you and your family navigate complex healthcare issues such as medical claims, insurance-related problems and more.