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​Doctor on Demand to Cover Video Visits at No Cost for All Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Doctor On Demand announced that it will be extending support to all those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Through September 8th, Doctor On Demand will make its medical services available to anyone in the affected regions at no cost.

Doctor On Demand physicians will treat infections, skin and eye issues, sprains and bruises, back pain, vomiting and diarrhea, colds, coughs, and congestion, and 90% of the most common medical issues seen in the ER and urgent care. The company’s physicians are trained to treat stress, anxiety, grief, and depression.

During significant weather events, patients are often unable to access healthcare due to road closures, flooding, or office closures. The services from Doctor On Demand will allow patients to access medical care without traveling into severe weather situations.

Doctor On Demand offers fast, easy and cost-effective video consultations with board-certified physicians, psychiatrists, and licensed psychologists via smartphone or computer. The service is available for anyone to use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To access Doctor On Demand, download the app (iTunes or Google Play) or create an account on the website. Once registered, patients can enter code HARVEY2017 to redeem their visit with a medical physician.

Doctor On Demand’s board-certified physicians are available on-demand and by appointment. The typical average wait time to connect with a doctor is under 3 minutes. Doctor On Demand psychologists are available by appointment between the hours of 7am and 10pm and have extensive experience coaching patients through natural disasters and traumatic events.

To download the Doctor On Demand app, click here.

To contact Doctor On Demand’s member support team, call 1 (800) 997-6196.

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