Teladoc Health Is Providing Free Virtual Health Care Services to Those Impacted by Hurricane Ida

Teladoc Health Is Providing Free Virtual Health Care Services to Those Impacted by Hurricane Ida


Teladoc Health, the global leader in whole-person virtual care, is providing free, 24/7 general medical telehealth visits to residents, first responders, and others directly impacted by Hurricane Ida. People from the hardest hit areas in Louisiana and Mississippi who are now being displaced can seek treatment from a licensed health care professional for any non-emergency illness by calling Teladoc directly at 855-225-5032.

Among those adult and pediatric conditions that can be effectively diagnosed and treated as part of Teladoc’s general medical no-cost offering are common conditions including sinus problems, respiratory infections, allergies, cold and flu symptoms, and many other non-emergency illnesses. People seeking physician-authorization for prescription refills of non-narcotic drugs can also get assistance. Those who think they may have been exposed to COVID-19 or believe they have symptoms can be screened and triaged for care as needed. For emergencies, patients should call 911.

Teladoc Health made these virtual care services available at no cost to communities dealing with forest fires in the western United States as well as states in the northeastern U.S. affected by Tropical Storm Henri.


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