Who we are?
TeleMed2U is a transformative telemedicine-based multi-specialty clinical practice that has historically provided specialist care to patients in medically underserved regions throughout the U.S. for over 9 years.
We now offer specialist care for select specialties directly to you in the comfort and convenience of your home.
What services are available?
- Psychiatry / Therapy
- Infectious Diseases (Travel Medicine, Coronavirus etc.)
- Specialist Second Opinion
How does it work?
Request an appointment with one of our board-certified specialists by filling out a short form. Our staff will work with you to confirm the day and time of your convenience and will send you a link to join the virtual visit with the specialist. They will also work with your primary care provider to obtain any necessary medical records in advance of your appointment. If you need assistance, please call us at (855) 446-TM2U (8628) between 8 AM to 5 PM PST, and our staff will gladly help you with the scheduling process.
If needed, our providers will send a prescription to the pharmacy of your choice. However, there are many medications that cannot be prescribed online (including controlled substances).
What does it cost?
|Service||Initial Visit||Follow Up Visit||With insurance|
|Psychiatry||$249||$99||Copay or coinsurance*|
|Therapy||$199||$99||Copay or coinsurance*|
|Rheumatology||$149||$75||Copay or coinsurance*|
|Endocrinology||$149||$75||Copay or coinsurance*|
|Dermatology||$89||$75||Copay or coinsurance*|
|Infectious Diseases / Travel Medicine||$149||$75||Copay or coinsurance*|
|COVID-19 Consults with an Infectious Disease Physician||$75||$75||Medicare only. Deductible / Coinsurance will apply.|
This service is for non-life threatening emergencies. If this is a medical emergency, please call 911
If you need any assistance in scheduling an appointment, please call: (855) 446-TM2U (8628)
TeleMed2U doctors are unable to provide controlled substances such as Adderall, Ritalin, Concerta, etc. to you over the internet. If a controlled medication is recommended as part of your treatment plan, you would need to see a provider in person for this.
Full payment is due at time of service if we are not billing your insurance. You may receive an additional charge if tests need to be sent to a lab. *Amount dependent on your insurance plan.