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Doctor On Demand Surpasses One Million Video Visits

Doctor On Demand, the nation’s leading virtual care provider, has surpassed one million video visits. Accomplished in just over four years, this industry milestone comes on the heels of the company’s recent $74 million Series C financing round. Doctor On Demand continues to experience rapid growth, and is projected to surpass two million video visits by summer 2019.

Doctor On Demand provides access to dedicated, board-certified physicians, psychiatrists, and licensed psychologists completely via video. As the first full-service telemedicine provider to offer fully integrated lab services, Doctor On Demand has advanced the range of services treatable via telemedicine, including chronic care management. Doctor On Demand is accredited from three national standard-setting organizations for meeting telehealth and credentialing standards: American Telemedicine Association (ATA), National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), and HITRUST.

“Our mission is to improve the world’s health through compassionate care and innovation. We built Doctor On Demand four years ago to provide the easiest, most convenient access to some of the best care in the country,” said Hill Ferguson, CEO, Doctor On Demand. “We look forward to continuing to expand our platform capabilities and shape the future of healthcare.”

Since launching in December 2013, Doctor On Demand has experienced triple digit year-over-year growth as it continues to transform access to high-quality, cost-effective care. With a satisfaction rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars across the iTunes store and Google Play, Doctor On Demand has become the virtual care provider of choice for hundreds of enterprise customers, including four of the Fortune 10 companies, and over two dozen health plan partners.

Doctor On Demand offers immediate access to board-certified physicians, psychiatrists, and licensed psychologists via smartphones, tablets, or desktop computers. To learn more, visit the Doctor On Demand app or go to

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