What’s even better than having 24/7 access to Teladoc’s high-quality healthcare services with just a few taps on your smart device or computer? Members tell us they love the “house call-like” comfort of being able to see a doctor without having to leave their home or office.
Our convenient and confidential video call feature is super-easy to use. If you haven’t already downloaded the Teladoc app, go ahead and do this now. And if you haven’t yet registered with Teladoc, you can do this from the app as well; it only takes a couple minutes. Then, to set up the video call, follow these short steps:
In a few minutes you’ll receive a “Video Consultation Confirmation” notice via email. It explains how to prepare for the call on your mobile device (using the app) or personal computer. When the doctor is available, you’ll be prompted to “Join Video Now.”
How’s that for ease, comfort, and convenience? In the time it takes to order a cup of coffee, you can see and talk to your doctor 24/7, wherever you are. If you have any questions or difficulties with the video call, just review the troubleshooting tips in the email you received.
The next time you use Teladoc, try the video call option. And remember, our board-certified doctors are available to diagnose and recommend treatment for a variety of non-emergency illnesses including flu, bronchitis, upset stomach, and much more!
The doctor can see you now. Really!
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