A doctor at any time

For $20 per month, our members get treated by a primary care doctor 24x7, 365 days a year.

There are no copays. Covers the entire household. Join us today!

See a doctor ... right now

365 Doc provides virtual access to primary care physicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Skip the expensive trip to the doctor’s office and talk to a physician in minutes.


Any time, anywhere access via phone, chat and videoconference.1

Short wait times

With an average wait time of 15 minutes, 365Doc can help you save time and get better, faster.

Affordable monthly fee

$20 per month gives all members of your household access to care. It's a perfect complement to existing health insurance.

Members love 365 Doc

Students, Professionals, Parents and others use 365 Doc's low telemedicine prices to get better care.

365 Doc members gain access to a telemedicine service provided by 1-800-MD, one of the longest-running national telemedicine providers. 365 Doc Members can use 1-800-MD's telemedicine service as much as they want, with no co-pays per visit.

Millions of Americans use telehealth to supplement their existing insurance. It's an affordable, efficient alternative to take care of minor medical needs. We'll put you in touch with a physician to help diagnose you, recommend a treatment and, when necessary, prescribe medications to your pharmacy of choice.

Here's how it works.

365 Doc provides a simple way to get in touch with a board-certified primary care physician

1 Sign up and become a 365 Doc member. It takes 5 minutes -- and the monthly $20 fee covers the entire household. No Copays -- use it as often as you need.

2 When faced with an illness, call 1-855-670-4090 or send a secure message from our health portal. Have your group number and membership ID handy.

3 The representative will ask you a few questions, confirm your pharmacy, and relay your information to an appropriate physician.

4 A physician will call you back (average wait time: 15 minutes), diagnose your condition, and, if necessary, route any prescription.

Our physicians treat a wide range of conditions

  • Allergies
  • Arthritic pain
  • Flu
  • Gastroenteritis
  • Insect bites
  • Minor burns
  • Respiratory infections
  • Sinusitis
  • Sore throat
  • Sprains and strains
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Consulting for international and domestic travel

and many other non-emergency medical illnesses

We're serious -- it's really simple to use this service.

Get started now

Help can be a click or call away. Become a 365Doc member.

Our latest blog posts

[Academic Study] Yelp Hospital Reviews Provide Incremental Information

Jan 31, 2017
Yelp reviews – we’re all familiar with them. Sure, they can help you pick out a new restaurant – but are they a legitimate source of information for a healthcare provider? First, an explanation of HCAHPS The government has been running its own ‘Yelp review’ of hospitals for quite some time. The Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems, aka HCAHPS, is a large patient satisfaction survey sent out to hospital patients.

Cost Sharing and Consumption: A Classic Health Study

Jan 24, 2017
People who pay for a share of their healthcare use fewer services than those who get healthcare for free. People who pay for a share of their healthcare reduce their usage of effective healthcare services and ineffective healthcare services. People who pay for a share of their healthcare had similar health outcomes as those who got it for free (with a few exceptions). These three sentences were the conclusion from a seminal study on health insurance conducted by the RAND Corporation in the 1970s.

How Much Does a Doctor's Visit Cost? A Health Economics View

Jan 21, 2017
$29. $43. $279. These are all ‘correct’ answers from studies performed on the costs of ambulatory care (i.e. going to the doctor’s office) in the United States. Most folks measure the cost of going to a doctor in terms of what they themselves pay. Patients spend $29, on average, out-of-pocket, when visiting with a physician (whether hospital-outpatient or office-visit based). Insurance companies take a different tack. They measure the total expenses – $279 – incurred for each type of physician visit.

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"..better than long waits at urgent care."

"When a friend approached me with the service that has now become 365 Doc, I wasn't quite sure what to think. $20 / mo for concierge access to a primary care physician seemed too cheap.

I've since signed up for the service and have found it really useful for avoiding urgent care -- and for times when it would take too long to get in to see my regular doc. It's way better than long waits at urgent care or a doctor's clinic."

Nirav B.
Austin, TX

"..easier to take care of myself on the road"

"I periodically travel 4 days a week for my job. 365 Doc makes it easier to take care of myself on the road. I'm living out of a suitcase, and I don't have much time to visit a clinic. 365 Doc's telemedicine service has helped me more often than I care to count -- whether for my allergies or to prepare me for a trip to visit an international client."

Thomas C.
Dallas, TX

"..Incredible value -- no copays!"

"Taking my LO to an urgent care clinic or the doctor's office is hard to do. I have to find someone to cover for me. And, the co-pays for minor stuff is expensive. 365 Doc is an incredible value. My kiddo and I can use this as often as we need, and with no co-pays we don't need to pay anything extra when we talk to the doc. It makes sense for us."

Michelle M.
Frisco, TX