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Published on Dec 15, 2021 | 9:57 AM

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There are a lot of options when it comes to telemedicine. Even though the variety means there’s an option for everyone, it can also make it very difficult to find an affordable, quality platform that works for you. Some sites make you pay a subscription, some require insurance, and some are just too complicated. It can be challenging, and we get it. Call-On-Doc is here to make online doctor visits as simple as possible. With over 89,000 five-star reviews, Call-On-Doc will blow you away with its unmatched simplicity and affordability...

Benefits of Online Doctor Visits

There are a lot of options when it comes to telemedicine. Even though the variety means there’s an option for everyone, it can also make it very difficult to find an affordable, quality platform that works for you. Some sites make you pay a subscription, some require insurance, and some are just too complicated. It can be challenging, and we get it. Call-On-Doc is here to make online doctor visits as simple as possible. With over 89,000 five-star reviews, Call-On-Doc will blow you away with its unmatched simplicity and affordability.

Using virtual doctor visits like Call-On-Doc can offer an extensive range of benefits, including:

  • Avoiding germy waiting areas and spending hours in clinics or hospital receptions
  • They’re often more affordable than visiting a doctor in person
  • You can get 24/7 medical care advice for mental health, erectile dysfunction, and other non-urgent care concerns
  • No need to repeat your medical history or fill in medical forms over and over again

Reasons to Use Call-On-Doc

Call-On-Doc is a simple self-pay option for online doctor services, virtual consultations, and high-quality healthcare with no strings attached.

Here are a few things that our valued users appreciate:

  • No insurance necessary
  • No big bills or hidden fees
  • Instant online care, no appointments or wait times
  • 100% money-back guarantee
  • Prescriptions within 1-2 hours
  • Prescription pick-up or home delivery options
  • 70+ conditions treated online

Affordability and transparency separate Call-On-Doc from many of the other telemedicine providers available online. With Call-On-Doc, you know exactly what the cost is upfront. Our price is generally less than your average co-pay through insurance.

Call-On-Doc provides its patients 24/7 access to board-certified physicians on a user-friendly platform. Patients can create an account and complete the entire intake process in less than 10 minutes. Each consultation is tailored to your health conditions and concerns, so you can avoid filling out page after page of unrelated health information.

In addition to having one of the fastest consultation processes in the telemedicine industry, we offer a two-hour guarantee for prescriptions. This ensures the pharmacy of your choice receives the relevant prescriptions within two hours of your virtual care consultation.

In addition, Call-On-Doc also offers a simple prescription refill process that takes only minutes to complete. Whether you’re out of town or just don’t want to deal with the hassle of going to your doctor’s office for a follow-up care visit, Call-On-Doc can take care of it in a matter of minutes.

Plus, with Call-On-Doc, you’re assured of consistently high-quality services. Our doctors are employed full-time in-house, which means you get a doctor dedicated to providing the best quality of care possible. Our doctors treat patients all over the country, and Call-On-Doc is the highest-rated telemedicine provider in the United States.

Should You Schedule an Online Doctor Visit?

Unless you have a serious condition that needs immediate medical attention or need to call 911, Call-On-Doc could be the right healthcare consultation option for you. With transparent pricing, a risk-free refund policy, a wide range of treatments, and doctors who value patient quality, Call-On-Doc offers easily accessible doctor visits from the comfort of your own home.

Get started instantly online with Call-On-Doc now!

 

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English graduate and Call-On-Doc’s medical resource guide, Wayne C. Hahne is an experienced and passionate medical education content expert. Through diligent research, provider interviews and utilizing the industry's leading resources for wellness information, it is Mr. Hahne’s personal mission to educate the general public on medical conditions with in-depth and easy-to-understand written guides.

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Yes! CallOnDoc highly respects patient confidentiality. We follow HIPAA guidelines to keep your data secure and safe. Protected Health Information (PHI) will not be given or sold to unaffiliated third parties. Only your care team can access your health record.
We do NOT prescribe controlled or dangerous substances.
Yes, if you select the pharmacy pick-up option. For our subscription plan, your medication is included and delivered to your doorstep at no extra charge.
The consultation fee is self-paid. However, you may use your insurance to pay for the medication at your preferred pharmacy.
We can prescribe up to 60 to 90 day supplies. With our subscription plan, your Rx will be monitored and delivered until canceled.
Unfortunately, we do not offer therapy services at this time. When indicated, we prescribe pharmacotherapy in patients that may benefit from it.
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