Stream Virtual MD delivers the care you need when you need it most from U.S. Board Certified doctors. No stress, no copays, no more wasting time in a waiting room.
Just quality healthcare, made easy.
$1 a Day ($30/month) covers up to 5 family members
- Unlimited doctor and psychologist consultations
- No copays
- Prescription savings and discounts
Healthcare for everyone.
- Never worry if you
qualify for care
- No insurance required
- One account covers your entire household (up to 5 family members)
The doctor is always in.
- Avoid the waiting room
- Consultations via phone or video chat from anywhere (see limitations in footnotes)
- Prescriptions sent directly to your pharmacy
HOW IT WORKS
Feeling better is as easy as 1, 2, 3
1. Login to your secure account via web or the My MD Access4 app.
Tell us about your medical history and symptoms.
2. Request your consultation.
We’ll connect you with a trusted, certified doctor in your state, then send you a text message with your doctor’s name and when to expect a call.
3. Get on the road to recovery.
Your Virtual MD will call you to discuss your health history and symptoms, give you a diagnosis and suggest a treatment plan. If necessary, a prescription can be sent straight to your preferred pharmacy.
Our doctors can write prescriptions for a majority of non-controlled substances that address non-emergency health concerns, such as infections, inflammation, respiratory congestion, allergies, skin irritations, etc.
- Bactrim DS™
- Tessalon Perles™
SHARE THE HEALTH
Just be a satisfied customer but if you are like most people, you can enjoy sharing a great resource. So, if you loved your experience with Stream Virtual MD, why not spread the word? Better yet, why not get paid to spread the word?
Call Ron to learn more about you can earn extra income by sharing Virtual MD with others who need this valuable service. This is very helpful for anyone who travels even if they have great health insurance.
Call me at 615-238-4035 if assistance is needed.
‘Direct care’ could help ease medical costs by Dr. Jeffrey A. Singer | Sept. 29, 2017