Telehealth Doctors

Telehealth doctors are U.S. board-certified in internal medicine, pediatrics, and family medicine.

They’re doctors just like your primary care physician (PCP) or pediatrician. They incorporate telehealth into their medical practice because they see it as a way to give more affordable, more convenient access to quality care.

  • U.S. Board-certified

    U.S. board-certified in internal medicine, family practice, or pediatrics.



  • State-licensed

    Licensed in their respective states. When you call, you will always speak with a doctor licensed to practice medicine in your state.



  • Experienced

    With an average of 15 years of practice experience.



  • Verified

    Verified through the National Physician Data Base (NPDB) and the American Medical Association (AMA) for medical licensure, training and education, work history and malpractice history.



  • Credentialed

    Telehealth doctors are credentialed every 3 years, with NCQA provider credentialing standards. Our telehealth provider is the first and only telehealth company in the U.S. to have a provider credentialing process that is certified by NCQA.



  • U.S. residents

    Living and working in the United States.



  • Telehealth specialists

    With specialized training in talking with patients and diagnosing over the phone and with online video, while adhering to a set of 130 proprietary, evidence-based, clinical practice guidelines for the telephonic and audio-video treatment of common, uncomplicated medical conditions (the only guidelines in the industry specific to telehealth).


    As many as 70% of all doctor office visits for common conditions can be replaced with a telehealth consultation with a doctor.

    As a complement to primary care, telehealth can reduce the cost and frequency of in-person consultations for non-emergent conditions. Listed are some of the common conditions that telehealth physicians treat: