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Teladoc

Teladoc, Inc.

24/7 access to a doctor

4.8 Ratings 285K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
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  • Fantastic customer service and doctors Oct 10, 2018

    By countrygal1628
    I’ve used Teladoc three times now and I’ve always had a great experience with the doctors. I had to call customer service today because I couldn’t remember my password. Carrie went above and beyond to help me out. She was patient, polite, and knew exactly what to do to fix my problem. She even updated my health information for me so that I didn’t have to do it. I take a lot of medications and it’s hard to remember all of them. I kept forgetting the names of the meds I was taking, but Carrie was super sweet and didn’t make me feel bad about the situation. She made me feel appreciated, which was very nice considering a lot of customer service these days in general is subpar. Once I got off of the phone with Carrie, I literally got a call 30 seconds later from the doctor who took my case, Dr. Javvaji. She was also very kind and like-able. She gave me some extra tips to help me with my sinus infection, tips that I never would’ve even thought of on my own. She spoke to me like one of her own patients, which I really appreciated. She also knew exactly what to do to solve my health problems. Great service all around. Il definitely continue using Teladoc.
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  • Jul 19, 2020

    By River Carey
    Helped me feel same during scary times I hate that I am logged out every single time I exit the app. I've reset my password more times using this app than I have ever with any other application. Although, with the bugs, this app is a blessing. Talking to people is sometimes all you can do. Never be ashamed to ask for help. Thanks for the app guys. Fix the bugs though.
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  • Jul 18, 2020

    By Chadwick
    Most convenient and quick Dr appointment I've ever had. I'm very happy the telemedicine industry has been successful during these times. I had bronchitis earlier this year as Covid-19 was starting to get more serious. The call was timely and same day. I spoke with a Dr. and told her my symptoms she asked the normal expected questions. The call was less than 5 min. and my prescriptions were called in immediately. I have blue cross insurance so there was no charge at all. It's low-cost anyway.
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  • Made My Symptoms Worse Jul 21, 2020

    By Stuffnameandeverything
    I contacted Teladoc due to an allergy reaction that caused rushes on me. The doctor talked to me for 2 minutes on the phone and completed her prescription. I was thinking this is great because she sounded really confident that it’s not a big deal. However, after taking the medicine prescribed to me for one day, my symptoms have gotten much worse and I couldn’t sleep at night. I tried to message the doctor but never heard back from the clinic; I tried to call customer service but was told that there is nothing they can do - if I’m feeling worse I should either go to ER or book another appointment. First of all, if I want to go to a physical clinic/ER, why would I use Teladoc in the first place? Second of all, isn’t it too easy for them to make money off of patients by prescribing wrong medicine and ask patients to book another doctor through them and pay more? To conclude, this is the worst physician experience I’ve ever had, and they not only don’t take any responsibility for my symptoms getting WORSE after the visit and taking medicine as directed, they want me to just walk off with my symptoms or pay them more money. I’m not even sure if this is legal treatment of patients coming from them, but I would give negative stars if possible. Do not use their services if you want actual results.
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  • Great customer service Oct 27, 2017

    By Grayfam6
    We have this service for my husbands work and today was my first time trying it. I was honestly a bit skeptical and I had to call to have help setting up my account. The account representative I talked to was very friendly knowledgeable and personable. She also stayed on the phone with me to make sure I knew where to enter medical history and everything else relevant to my call she was even able to explain to me how the process would work when I scheduled a "visit". There is also a list of symptoms and things that they CAN treat. This list was incredibly accurate and helpful. It seems like this app is either hit or miss based on reviews - I am very happy with my experience and will continue to use them for applicable symptoms. I know this is a great tool and resource and there is no substitute for actually seeing a doctor in person, however the convenience of having them call in a prescription for my infection and the quality of the doctor I talk to you were simply outstanding in my opinion!
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  • All but worthless. Oct 12, 2018

    By Ddsadfjyyffg
    As another review states, it seems good on the surface, but I don’t generally need help diagnosing my illness. The doctors generally don’t listen and want to argue with me about what’s happening when I already know and just need a prescription. If you have absolutely no idea of you have the flu and need someone to tell you to go see your doctor or an urgent care, then Teledoc is for you. I know what is going on with my body and I need an appropriate prescription and here in lies the problem. For example, I get bronchitis-like symptoms and have for years. Years ago a primary care doc I had before he moved started me on an albuterol inhaler, mucinex and Z-pack when the symptoms reared up. This has helped me get better every time and avoid bronchitis. I get this a couple times a year and I have tried waiting it out on several occasions, but without the meds it has lasted 2 months, progressively getting worse until it turns into pneumonia. So the way to fix it is with these three meds and it gets headed off before it gets real bad. Getting the Z-pack is impossible because the docs tell me it won’t work. Well I am 53 years old and heave been dealing with this for over 20 years and it DOES work. What is the point of Teledoc if they refuse the simple prescription that will solve problem in a couple days? I’m not looking for narcotics/pain meds, just an antibiotic....that works! Now I get to go spend $160 at Urgent care. Thanks for nothing Teledoc!
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  • Jul 22, 2020

    By Rob Roush
    First off, the doctors are great. My review is for the app. It is one of the buggiest apps I have ever used. Whether I'm unable to accept an appointment time because the drop down list is empty, or the button to join a call has disappeared because the doctor joined, or I get a notification to join a video appointment that I'm already in, causing the same call to start on top of itself, or when each screen takes 2 minutes to load, I know Teladoc is rolling in all the cash it isn't paying for QA.
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  • Jul 8, 2020

    By Corinne Rogaski
    The app idea is great to keep everything together, however it does not remember saved information. I have set up the pin and fingerprint log in several times, and saved my password, yet when I attempted to get into the app it does not ask me for the pin or fingerprint, it will require me to use the password, and even though it is saved it will tell me it is incorrect. I have been forced to reset my password several times and even after doing so will inform me that the password is still incorrect
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  • Worst ever service Mar 26, 2020

    By Smarielee
    This is literally the worst app and service o have ever seen. I really try not to use them but due to covid-19 you can’t get regular appointments so I entered my app and asked for a visit over the phone thinking this would be faster than video app. My husband, who is also sick and has different insurance that also takes teledoc requested a video visit and got one within 5 minutes. I waited for a call for five hours with never having received one. Finally I tried to cancel and the app wouldn’t let me. I spent an hour on hold trying to reach someone to cancel the appointment and change to video appointment and ended up having to request a call back from someone when they became available. Finally got a call back and video visit was set up. Received my text to log in to see doctor and by the time I logged in, the doctor canceled the visit after 30 seconds. I requested another visit on video and waited in the “waiting room” for two hours and then canceled the visit and tried again. After more than 9 hours and several attempts I scheduled the video visit again only to have a different doctor cancel the visit while I was logging in. There was no delay in between the first message for me to log in and the cancellation. This service is bad when it’s a regular day but 1 million times worse right now. Half the time they don’t even give you what you need.
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  • Jul 26, 2020

    By Emilie Clutter
    I'm not very happy with my first experience. I requested an appointment via phone call. I expected to be helped in a timely manner. The first round I had been notified that somebody was viewing my file. Five seconds later, with no phone call, I was told that I missed their call. Next, I wound up having to wait for an hour to not even be matched. It's very frustrating.
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  1. Get a doctor's care, anytime and anywhere! Connect with state-licensed physicians via video or phone call 24/7, 365 days a year
  2. Get medication without having to leave your house: doctors can prescribe for allergies, bronchitis, pink eye, ear infections and more
  3. Healthcare when and where you want it! No need to spend valuable time in a waiting room ever again

Reviewed by Kaylin on October 9, 2018

  • Fantastic customer service and doctors Oct 10, 2018

    By countrygal1628
    I’ve used Teladoc three times now and I’ve always had a great experience with the doctors. I had to call customer service today because I couldn’t remember my password. Carrie went above and beyond to help me out. She was patient, polite, and knew exactly what to do to fix my problem. She even updated my health information for me so that I didn’t have to do it. I take a lot of medications and it’s hard to remember all of them. I kept forgetting the names of the meds I was taking, but Carrie was super sweet and didn’t make me feel bad about the situation. She made me feel appreciated, which was very nice considering a lot of customer service these days in general is subpar. Once I got off of the phone with Carrie, I literally got a call 30 seconds later from the doctor who took my case, Dr. Javvaji. She was also very kind and like-able. She gave me some extra tips to help me with my sinus infection, tips that I never would’ve even thought of on my own. She spoke to me like one of her own patients, which I really appreciated. She also knew exactly what to do to solve my health problems. Great service all around. Il definitely continue using Teladoc.
    more
  • Jul 18, 2020

    By Chadwick
    Most convenient and quick Dr appointment I've ever had. I'm very happy the telemedicine industry has been successful during these times. I had bronchitis earlier this year as Covid-19 was starting to get more serious. The call was timely and same day. I spoke with a Dr. and told her my symptoms she asked the normal expected questions. The call was less than 5 min. and my prescriptions were called in immediately. I have blue cross insurance so there was no charge at all. It's low-cost anyway.
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  • Great customer service Oct 27, 2017

    By Grayfam6
    We have this service for my husbands work and today was my first time trying it. I was honestly a bit skeptical and I had to call to have help setting up my account. The account representative I talked to was very friendly knowledgeable and personable. She also stayed on the phone with me to make sure I knew where to enter medical history and everything else relevant to my call she was even able to explain to me how the process would work when I scheduled a "visit". There is also a list of symptoms and things that they CAN treat. This list was incredibly accurate and helpful. It seems like this app is either hit or miss based on reviews - I am very happy with my experience and will continue to use them for applicable symptoms. I know this is a great tool and resource and there is no substitute for actually seeing a doctor in person, however the convenience of having them call in a prescription for my infection and the quality of the doctor I talk to you were simply outstanding in my opinion!
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  • Jul 11, 2020

    By Just Cool
    It's so amazing that you can get REAL medical appointments over the phone and with video calls if necessary. It takes usually 3 minutes to get a call from a doctor each time. With several kids at home it's a life saver to have medical assistance at the press of a few buttons in the app. Love Teladoc. Love love love.
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  • Sometimes iffy but MOSTLY great!! Feb 8, 2019

    By gandjsmith
    I’ve called Teladoc a total of 3 times now and 2 out of the 3 have been successful!! They immediately sent in pink eye drops for my daughter and then immediately called in an antibiotic for me when I had gotten an infection in my cuticles. The one I think is tricky is UTI or yeast infection. My youngest daughter called me when I was out of town at a teacher’s conference and complained of symptoms similar to a yeast infection. I called and the doctor refused to call in anything bc those are prohibited through Teledoc for people age 6 or younger. I think this is a bit ridiculous, especially considering that I was calling from out of town and this is not something a little girl (no matter what age, 6 or 36) wants to ask their dad for help with. The whole situation needs to be considered before just denying a prescription when people are obviously using this service when it’s not possible to get to a doctor. Other than that experience, it’s all been very positive and helpful!! Timely, and efficient service all around for sure!!
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  • Jul 19, 2020

    By River Carey
    Helped me feel same during scary times I hate that I am logged out every single time I exit the app. I've reset my password more times using this app than I have ever with any other application. Although, with the bugs, this app is a blessing. Talking to people is sometimes all you can do. Never be ashamed to ask for help. Thanks for the app guys. Fix the bugs though.
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Christine H
    I LOVE the teladoc services. But the app is constantly giving me troubles with crashing and taking forever to load. I also wish that when scheduling time with a provider the app would provide you with open time slots of your provider. Instead you have to guess time slots and get rejected multiple times.
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  • Jul 12, 2020

    By Abby Paquette
    Pretty good app overall. Biggest issue is that it always asks if I want to set up a pin and I always say yes. I type in a pin, but next time I have to use my password again. Not a big deal, but slightly annoying. Wait times are pretty low and my insurance covers this so during COVID it's really nice.
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  • Jun 5, 2020

    By Andrea Sheets
    Easy to navigate and use but had problems with connection. Went through 2 Dr's. First one I lost connection & he didn't call me back. 2nd Dr there was no sound--I couldn't hear him but he did call me and helped me with my problem. Good way to be treated if you can't get to the Dr's office, just some minor glitches. Would be 5 stars, but I am giving a 4 star rating.
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  • Jul 14, 2020

    By Paira Dise
    The Teladoc app is okay and worth using for the importance of what's needed. However, the scrolling menu to select a time to schedule an appointment is not working so I had no choice but to pick asap. Also, if the payment method needs updating, you don't find it until the end and there is no option to edit it at that time... you have to go all the way back.
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  • Made My Symptoms Worse Jul 21, 2020

    By Stuffnameandeverything
    I contacted Teladoc due to an allergy reaction that caused rushes on me. The doctor talked to me for 2 minutes on the phone and completed her prescription. I was thinking this is great because she sounded really confident that it’s not a big deal. However, after taking the medicine prescribed to me for one day, my symptoms have gotten much worse and I couldn’t sleep at night. I tried to message the doctor but never heard back from the clinic; I tried to call customer service but was told that there is nothing they can do - if I’m feeling worse I should either go to ER or book another appointment. First of all, if I want to go to a physical clinic/ER, why would I use Teladoc in the first place? Second of all, isn’t it too easy for them to make money off of patients by prescribing wrong medicine and ask patients to book another doctor through them and pay more? To conclude, this is the worst physician experience I’ve ever had, and they not only don’t take any responsibility for my symptoms getting WORSE after the visit and taking medicine as directed, they want me to just walk off with my symptoms or pay them more money. I’m not even sure if this is legal treatment of patients coming from them, but I would give negative stars if possible. Do not use their services if you want actual results.
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  • They won’t provide a sick note Jan 19, 2020

    By Jeffani0313
    While the app, medical care, and customer service are great, the physician refused to provide a work note (for one day) because I was not running a fever. She said it was a new policy and employers were “catching on”...implying that I was simply attempting to get out of work. She suggested that I simply “speak to my employer” about why I was out and “hopefully they will understand.” I’m an RN and I work at a huge community hospital. I can assure you they don’t care why I’m out and, because it’s a weekend night, I will accumulate double the points for being absent. This forced me to get dressed, drive to the clinic, sit in a waiting room with a dozen flu patients, and pay triple the cost (after already paying for the Teledoc call) simply to acquire a sick note (which they gave me with no hesitation whatsoever). This practice is redundant, expensive, and completely unnecessary. I gave Teledoc 3 stars (although I’m admittedly irritated) because they are a great service. But if you need a sick note, don’t waste your time. Not cool, Teledoc. I really hope you reevaluate your new policy.
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  • It’s OK I guess Jun 9, 2018

    By RavennaNight
    So, I decided to try this out last week, scheduling a Teladoc is only $15 with my company, so I figured what the heck why not. The doctor called promptly and was pleasant enough. I had a chest cold/sinus infection and felt really awful. I don’t usually bother with a doctor on these things, because yes they’re mostly viral and not to overuse antibiotics. For me to consider a doctor for this type of ailment, I usually am miserable, and only happens once a year or every other year or so. I’m not a big get-sick type, thank goodness. Long story short, I was trying to avoid sickening others and just making a call in hopes of getting an antibiotic because I was increasingly ill and my mucus was greenish yellow. To no avail, he told me to take Sudafed. Ok, let’s try it. Sure. That and mucinex. Two days later I was worse and my ears were clogged. I didn’t want to chance an ear infection and went to urgicare. They gave me the antibiotic prescription I needed and I began to feel progressively better day by day. I think there is no shortcut to being actually seen by a doctor.
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  • App needs some work, but I like the concept Mar 23, 2019

    By Mstephens121
    I definitely like the concept of this and other similar apps. I started with this one because it’s covered by my insurance. Since I have really bad anxiety, I started using it for therapy which is great for video chat. The reason for the 3 stars is because several times during the video chat it would freeze up for several minutes, cut in and out and she or I would have to repeat what was said, or it would freeze up to the point of needing to completely shutdown and restart the app. Normally I don’t let things like this bother me, it’s frustrating yes, but when you are talking with someone that charges by the hour or have their schedule based on 60 minutes because they have other patients waiting I lose that time! So the freezing up and crashing issues really need to be addressed.
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  • Poor service Dec 20, 2018

    By Sylwheat
    I spoke with the doctor at 8:41 am....in our conversation, after discussing my symptoms. WE decided that a prescription for a cough suppressant and decongestant was in order and he would call my pharmacy. I have called Teladoc 3 times today because my pharmacy had not received a prescription. On each of the 3 calls, I was told “they” were busy and running a little behind but that they would “escalate” my prescription. At 8:30pm, 12 hours later, still no script. My pharmacist called and after several minutes was told there was NOTHING prescribed. That in the doctors notes, he stated no antibiotic was needed at this time !! In 3 previous phone calls, I was never told this. Now, 12 hours later, my pharmacist was told “they” would contact the physician and “try” to figure it out!! What ??? This is poor service and a wasted $20.
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  • Jul 22, 2020

    By Rob Roush
    First off, the doctors are great. My review is for the app. It is one of the buggiest apps I have ever used. Whether I'm unable to accept an appointment time because the drop down list is empty, or the button to join a call has disappeared because the doctor joined, or I get a notification to join a video appointment that I'm already in, causing the same call to start on top of itself, or when each screen takes 2 minutes to load, I know Teladoc is rolling in all the cash it isn't paying for QA.
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  • Jul 8, 2020

    By Corinne Rogaski
    The app idea is great to keep everything together, however it does not remember saved information. I have set up the pin and fingerprint log in several times, and saved my password, yet when I attempted to get into the app it does not ask me for the pin or fingerprint, it will require me to use the password, and even though it is saved it will tell me it is incorrect. I have been forced to reset my password several times and even after doing so will inform me that the password is still incorrect
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  • Jul 26, 2020

    By Emilie Clutter
    I'm not very happy with my first experience. I requested an appointment via phone call. I expected to be helped in a timely manner. The first round I had been notified that somebody was viewing my file. Five seconds later, with no phone call, I was told that I missed their call. Next, I wound up having to wait for an hour to not even be matched. It's very frustrating.
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  • Good In Theory Mar 28, 2018

    By KK Nickname
    Teladoc has the best of intentions, but it can’t stick the landing. Getting a doctor on the phone and diagnosed with the flu was easy and quick...enough. Where it falls apart is with prescriptions. The first pharmacy I chose was using the list generated by the Teladoc App. It went through just fine. But when I called to see when my prescription would be done, that is when I fell into the deep dark abyss that is their method for re-routing a prescription, which seems to involve bumping to the end of a very long line of other people that also found themselves in a bind. Almost whopping four hours later, now at 3 am, I called the new pharmacy only to discover...they don’t have Tamiflu. Porting it to get a new place would probably now take another 4 hours, so just paid yet another $5 to talk to yet another doctor just to get the prescription sent to the right place. It’s been ten minutes since the call and I don’t see a new prescription. I can tell that I’m going to end up at my doctor’s office in the morning, having been up all night trying to get this prescription and $10 poorer for my efforts. So far, Teladoc was a massive waste of my time. And money. And flagging energy under the weight of the worst flu season in years.
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  • Great idea but VERY DISAPPOINTING EXPERIENCE! Feb 27, 2019

    By Ccusto
    My insurance sent me info on teladoc and I was impressed how easy it looked. I love the idea that you can just call or video conference with a doctor anywhere. I tried it today for the very first time since I wasn’t feeling well and didn’t feel like going to my primary care physician. I set up my appointment during my lunch break and the doctor I was assigned to was about 20 min late! I was on the call for about 5 min and next thing I know it was over. Doctor asked a few questions and kept asking if it could be allergies? I know my body and told him no, it’s not allergies. He said he’ll send a prescription and barely described them and just said hope you feel better. I get my prescriptions and find out 2 out of the 3 prescriptions were for allergies! One of the allergy medicine was expensive because it was an inhaler. I know my body and know when I have allergies. Waste of time and money. Convenient, yes, but I wish you can choose or at least put a filter on which doctor you get, wish the doctor is on time and actually takes time to diagnose, explain the prescriptions, or answer more questions. I wish I read the other reviews before signing up. Very disappointing experience.
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  • All but worthless. Oct 12, 2018

    By Ddsadfjyyffg
    As another review states, it seems good on the surface, but I don’t generally need help diagnosing my illness. The doctors generally don’t listen and want to argue with me about what’s happening when I already know and just need a prescription. If you have absolutely no idea of you have the flu and need someone to tell you to go see your doctor or an urgent care, then Teledoc is for you. I know what is going on with my body and I need an appropriate prescription and here in lies the problem. For example, I get bronchitis-like symptoms and have for years. Years ago a primary care doc I had before he moved started me on an albuterol inhaler, mucinex and Z-pack when the symptoms reared up. This has helped me get better every time and avoid bronchitis. I get this a couple times a year and I have tried waiting it out on several occasions, but without the meds it has lasted 2 months, progressively getting worse until it turns into pneumonia. So the way to fix it is with these three meds and it gets headed off before it gets real bad. Getting the Z-pack is impossible because the docs tell me it won’t work. Well I am 53 years old and heave been dealing with this for over 20 years and it DOES work. What is the point of Teledoc if they refuse the simple prescription that will solve problem in a couple days? I’m not looking for narcotics/pain meds, just an antibiotic....that works! Now I get to go spend $160 at Urgent care. Thanks for nothing Teledoc!
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  • Worst ever service Mar 26, 2020

    By Smarielee
    This is literally the worst app and service o have ever seen. I really try not to use them but due to covid-19 you can’t get regular appointments so I entered my app and asked for a visit over the phone thinking this would be faster than video app. My husband, who is also sick and has different insurance that also takes teledoc requested a video visit and got one within 5 minutes. I waited for a call for five hours with never having received one. Finally I tried to cancel and the app wouldn’t let me. I spent an hour on hold trying to reach someone to cancel the appointment and change to video appointment and ended up having to request a call back from someone when they became available. Finally got a call back and video visit was set up. Received my text to log in to see doctor and by the time I logged in, the doctor canceled the visit after 30 seconds. I requested another visit on video and waited in the “waiting room” for two hours and then canceled the visit and tried again. After more than 9 hours and several attempts I scheduled the video visit again only to have a different doctor cancel the visit while I was logging in. There was no delay in between the first message for me to log in and the cancellation. This service is bad when it’s a regular day but 1 million times worse right now. Half the time they don’t even give you what you need.
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  • Misleading Mailers Feb 20, 2019

    By itsnatrawrr
    Received a mailer from teledoc informing me it had “important plan information enclosed”. Inside it said it was with my Aetna insurance and that treatments were $X and that I can use an am to schedule a visit. Now I’m a smart person but everything I did in the app was simple and intuitive to use - and it told me my “visit” would result in a $25 copay once my visit was complete to a dermatologist. It also stated that “your credit card will not be charged anything today. When your visit is complete, we will contact your plan to verify this cost and will charge your card at that time”. I said okay and consented to their terms because I was going to be contacted when the “Next Available” dermatologist was available for an appointment. HOWEVER, I was doing all of this based on a mailer that I received in partnership with my provider, Aetna and this is about my plan with them. Now my shock came when 5 minutes later I was notified that my visit was complete!! What?!?!??! I didn’t read any literature about the app besides what was sent to me and no where on that paper does it say that it is all done via phone app. It came with a card like my insurance card and stated that they have a huge network of New York doctors available to me. Btw, my visit is complete and they want to charge me $25 because they told me blackheads on my chin are normal and that I can get a retinoid. Oh - and now my VISIT is complete.
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  • Jul 9, 2020

    By Alex Worley
    Repetitive, impossible to get an appointment. You can only set specific times instead of a range of time and if the request is rejected, enjoy filling out ALL that info again. The derm "appointment" was $40 for a message about how my skin was fine and she'd get me an otc cream 🙄 pathetic. Just risk covid and go see a real person, this app is useless. And the visits are expensive.
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  • Not good care Jun 15, 2020

    By devilmonkey_1192
    Unless you think your symptoms fall under one of the 50 or so conditions they treat on this app, then look elsewhere. I have yet to have a positive experience with a doctor on this app, whereas I have had many on Dr On Demand (which I highly recommend for virtual care). My insurance covers Teladoc, which is great, but unfortunately of my experiences using Teladoc I have yet to receive an accurate diagnosis. Virtual care is tough, I get it, but Dr on demand shows it can be done and is leaps and bounds better than the physicians I’ve encountered on Teladoc. One doctor was so unprofessional and I asked him if I could see another doctor and he was so rude, and the worst part was there was no way for my to leave any kind of patient feedback on him. The app had NO record of my appointment so I wasn’t able to even get his name. Like how are you supposed to improve your virtual care of you don’t have checks in balances in place to keep your staff accountable? Totally unacceptable. Dr on demand on the other hand, even though it’s not covered by my insurance, is 100% worth the $75 for a visit, because I KNOW they will very likely properly diagnose my condition, but also I can easily review the physicians immediately after a call. Again, use Teladoc at your own risk and only use it if you’re 100% sure what your condition is before making an appointment because otherwise it’s a waste of time.
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