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Virtual Healthcare Consultations

Healthcare Anytime, Anywhere

Experience the freedom of round-the-clock healthcare access with our 24-hour platform. Your health journey is no longer confined by time – we’re here whenever you need us.

Instant or Scheduled Doctor Consultations

Prescriptions, Sick Notes and Referral Letters
R 310 per video or phone call
  • Direct To Doctor Service
  • Instant or Scheduled Calls
  • Vital Scan Included

Vital Scan

Check your vitals now
R 20 per scan
  • Heart Rate
  • Blood Pressure
  • Oxygen Saturation
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We bill an 0130 code at medical aid rates. 
R310 per consultation credit.

  1. Name
  2. ID Number
  3. Cellphone Number
  4. Email Address

*All are secured through a one time PIN

Yes, you can. As part of the process, we will submit the invoice to your medical aid directly*.  

*Virtual consultations are paid from medical savings account benefits. You remain responsible for your account if medical aid does not pay. If you are on a medical aid, please provide these details to administration when called to confirm your booking.

You can login, register, update your records or make a booking at any suitable time. Our video/telephonic consultation appointments are available 24 hours a day.

Upper respiratory tract conditions (e.g. ear infections, tonsillitis, sore throat, runny nose)

Lower respiratory tract conditions (e.g. coughs, bronchitis, asthma)  

Bladder Infections

Genital/Sexually transmitted infections 

Certain skin conditions/rashes/bites

Gastrointestinal conditions
(diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, haemorrhoids, constipation)

Eye conditions (e.g. conjunctivitis, itchy eyes, red eyes)  

Mild allergic reactions

Advice on counselling (e.g. breastfeeding, contraception, stress)

ANY condition/complaint can be assessed via telemedicine. If not appropriate for virtual management, our doctors are well trained on how and when to refer for further investigation/management.

All of our HPCSA registered doctors are qualified and experienced in treating primary healthcare patients.