Teladoc offers free virtual visits to individuals affected by California wildfires

Jackie Drees - Print  | 

Teladoc Health is providing California residents who are displaced by the state's wildfires free access to telehealth visits through its virtual care network, according to the company's Nov. 4 news release.

Teladoc will extend telehealth appointments for general, nonemergency illnesses including respiratory infections, sinus conditions and allergies.

Any individual who has been displaced by the California fires, both Teladoc members and nonmembers, is eligible to access the free services, which are effective immediately.

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