24/7 Access to Medical and Health Professionals Available as Part of MDLIVECares Initiative
Sunrise, Fla., Nov. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MDLIVE Inc., which is focused on delivering high-quality, convenient, cost-effective virtual medical, dermatological and behavioral healthcare, today announced it is providing individuals and families impacted by California’s wildfires with free online health visits through the MDLIVECares national crisis relief program. This offering is available from Nov. 16 through Nov. 29 and reflects the company’s commitment to ensuring people have uninterrupted access to medical and health professionals, especially during times of crisis.
California residents impacted by the wildfires can call a dedicated MDLIVE hotline at 888-959-9516 and provide the code Cali25 to schedule their initial consultations. Consultations after that call will be conducted via telephone or video, enabling individuals to select the platform most convenient for their individual case. This offering is available via MDLIVE’s online medical network for the diagnosis and treatment of common health problems as well as non-emergency dermatological ailments and behavioral issues.
“As the California wildfires continue to devastate communities and displace families and individuals from their homes, we are working quickly to help residents maintain access to care when needed,” said Rich Berner, Chief Executive Officer of MDLIVE. “It is our mission to assure the residents of California that their healthcare needs will be met during this challenging time, and we are committed to doing what we can to provide support through our comprehensive online network of care.”