Can a doctor really treat me without seeing me in person?
Absolutely! Our physicians can treat a host of common illnesses quickly and effectively through a video visit.
Can I get prescription for pickup?
Yes! Our doctors can send prescription orders to your local CVS for pickup.
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No Scheduling Appointments 3 weeks out. No waiting rooms. See a doctor within minutes.
Each visit is $49 or less. Significantly less than most copays typical for urgent care, emergency room, or doctor visits.
All physicians are board certified in your state. Our Doctors go through rigorous screening, training and ongoing reviews to maintain the highest level of care. Patients can also rate each visit.
I contacted Doctor on Demand regarding my sick child. I was concerned she may have an ear infection and might need antibiotics but wasn't sure. It was so nice to get peace of mind without having to take a sick child out to the doctor or an urgent care clinic late in the afternoon. I'm really impressed with this service!
I have used this site several times and every time they impress me. I called on a Sunday for a problem with an eye infection. With-in 30 minutes had spoke with the Doctor and picked up my prescription. Now I don't have to worry about it getting worse over the weekend, or trying to get in to a doctor on Monday. Thank you for your wonderful service.
He was quick and thorough! I appreciate this service so much. I was skeptical at first, but was thrilled by the end. The doctor was friendly and thorough. He explained everything to me. This was the coolest thing I have seen in a long time! I'll definitely use it again!
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Doctor On Demand operates subject to state laws. As of July 2016, Doctor On Demand offers behavioral healthcare in all states where Mental Health services are available to Doctor On Demand's patient population at large, and Medical care in 48 states including the District of Columbia (not currently available in AK and AR). Doctor On Demand is not intended to replace an annual, in-person visit with a primary care physician. Doctor On Demand physicians do not prescribe Controlled Substances, and may elect not to treat or prescribe other medications based on what is clinically appropriate.