When you're far from your doctor
Doctorsa helps you schedule appointments online or in-person with local doctors who understand you and can help you today.
Answer some questions
We’ll need you to fill out a quick intake form to let us know your needs. This will only take a few minutes. No sign-up required.
Pick your doctor
Doctors will send appointment options and you’ll be notified via WhatsApp, where you’ll receive a viewing link.
Compare prices, see reviews, then choose what works best for you.
Pay online with credit card or PayPal. No insurance needed.
Connect with your doctor
Video visits are available 24/7, just minutes after booking.
Click the link you’ll receive to start your video visit in your browser.
Prescriptions will be sent to you via email. You can contact your clinician with follow-up questions for free within 7 days.
In-person appointments for non-urgent needs are available in select cities.
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Is Doctorsa a medical service provider?
Doctorsa is a digital platform for finding available English-speaking doctors across Europe, offering 24/7 immediate video visits to swiftly treat common conditions at a fair price. Moreover, for those seeking in-person consultations, we extend our services to select cities across Europe, ensuring comprehensive healthcare accessibility.
It works as a marketplace. Providers offering their services through Doctorsa are completely independent, and patients are free to choose their preferred provider. We do not recommend or refer patients to a particular professional. Rather, we provide a transparent and fair environment where patients can independently choose their doctor.
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How can I stay in touch after the video visit with the doctor?
Can I use EHIC to pay or access free public health services?
Can I cancel or reschedule an appointment?
What happens if the doctor cancels my appointment?
Do doctors pay to be listed?
Do you vet the providers?
More questions? Check our help page