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The doors to our Virtual Women's Health Clinic are open.

Get high-quality care from the comfort of your own home. At Rume’s Virtual Women’s Health Clinic, we safely evaluate, diagnose, and treat common women’s health and sexual health issues via telemedicine. 

No appointments are needed–wait times are 5* minutes or less! From developing treatment plans to prescribing medications, our board-certified physicians are on standby right now and ready to provide the healthcare you deserve.

Meet your providers

Virtual healthcare services

Women’s health, sexual health, & reproductive health

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Treatment & lab orders

Rx writing** & refills sent to pharmacy in 15 minutes

See a specialist for $99

Skip the traffic, the doctor’s waiting room, and most of all–unexpected exam fees. Our virtual clinic allows you to see a women’s health specialist without a referral and at a price that’s less than a traditional, in-office women’s health visit.

Here’s how we can help

We see patients regularly to discuss and/or treat the following conditions. Many can be diagnosed/treated without a traditional pelvic exam! Some may require additional testing, which your online provider can write orders for.

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Abnormal uterine
Hot flashes
Bacterial and viral STIs
Bacterial vaginosis
Prenatal counseling
Thrush (tongue,
breast, etc.)
Contraception and
birth control
Night sweats
Urinary tract
infections (UTIs)
Diastasis recti
(postpartum belly
Yeast infections
Genetic/BRCA gene
Vaginal dryness
Pelvic floor
Polycystic Ovary
Syndrome (PCOS)
Abnormal uterine bleeding
Bacterial and viral STIs
Bacterial vaginosis
Contraception and birth control
Diastasis recti (postpartum belly bulge)
Genetic/BRCA gene testing
Hot flashes
Night sweats
Painful/irregular periods
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
Postpartum depression
Swollen/painful breasts
Prenatal counseling
Thrush (tongue, breast, etc.)
Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Yeast infections
Vaginal dryness

Convenient, high-quality care when you need it

I have had PCOS for almost a decade now. None of the doctors I have consulted with before have actually been able to explain the condition and walk through the several options that I have like this one. ... I would definitely recommend Rume telehealth for your health needs!"
Paulina R., California

How to start your online doctor’s appointment

Connecting with a telehealth provider is easy. Here’s how.

Choose to connect with a women’s health telehealth provider now or in the future. If you need to change your appointment time after you register, no problem! You can do that after you’ve finished the intake process.


We’ll ask for your phone number and then send you a text message from Solv, our telehealth platform, with a link to your patient intake form.


You'll need these documents to complete your intake form:

  • A picture of the front and back of your personal ID
  • Credit card information if you’re paying with a credit or debit card

Plan to pay with a credit or debit card, and have your card information ready to enter as part of the registration process. Your card will not be charged until you’ve completed your telehealth appointment. 


At this time we do not accept insurance for online women’s health appointments.

Filling out your paperwork is fast and painless.

We’ll ask for an uploaded image of your photo ID, as well as information about:

  • Where you live
  • Who your primary care provider is (if you have one)
  • Your preferred pharmacy
  • Your emergency contact 
  • The symptoms you’re currently experiencing

If you’ve scheduled your appointment for a future time or date, you’ll receive an appointment reminder 10 minutes before the visit start time, and a link to your virtual exam room. 


If you choose “next available appointment,” you’ll be prompted to enter your virtual exam room not long after submitting your information.


Tap through to the exam room when you’re ready, and bring your photo ID to the appointment.


We look forward to seeing you!

Ladies, let's make this year your healthiest yet

Recent research has revealed a somewhat unsurprising truth: millennial women are 20% less healthy than male counterparts. 

Why? Because millennial women are most likely to: be their family’s primary caregiver; be the family’s top income earner; and put their family’s health above their own. This tends to add up to lapse in personal healthcare.  

If this sounds like you or someone you know, let’s shift the paradigm together! Our Virtual Women’s Health Clinic makes it easier than ever for any woman over the age of 18 to make time for and prioritize their health.

What is a virtual women's health visit like?

While we can’t perform your annual OBGYN exam, we can (and do) take the time to understand your current symptoms and the context in which they’re occuring. In addition to diagnosing and treating patients with new ailments, we also provide continued care for patients with existing diagnoses.

Depending on the nature of your visit, your provider will develop a treatment plan that you can act on immediately. If a new prescription or prescription refill is written, we’ll send it to the pharmacy of your choice!

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’d like to talk to a telehealth provider immediately (rather than scheduling an appointment for the future), five minutes is the typical wait time during the virtual clinic’s office hours: 8AM to 8PM PT, Monday through Friday.

We have licensed providers on standby to see you from 8AM to 8PM PT, Monday through Friday.

We are unable to write prescriptions for controlled substances, including:

  • Narcotics and opioids
  • Benzodiazepine
  • Stimulants
  • Antipsychotic medication

We are currently seeing patients 18 years old and up.

Yes! At this time, credit and debit cards are the only form of payment we accept.

We will collect your credit card information during the registration process. Your card will not be charged until after you’ve met with your provider.

Unfortunately, we do not accept insurance at this time. It’s something we’re working to incorporate soon! 

Right now we only see patients 18 years and older. If your child is under 18, we’re not able to see them at this time.


But check back soon! We’ll be rolling out new virtual pediatric services in the coming months.