Everyone is eligible to become a member of the Call The Doc program. There are no age limits or restrictions of any kind. Pre-existing conditions don’t matter to us, and you can join whether or not you already have another medical insurance plan.

A board-certified physician has completed an approved educational training program and an evaluation process, including an examination designed to assess the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to provide quality patient care in that specialty.

The medical profession has long subscribed to a body of ethical statements developed primarily for the benefit of the patient. As members of this profession, most important is our physician’s ability to recognize their responsibility to patients first as well as to society, to other health professionals, and to themselves. After completing medical school and residency training, most physicians decide to specialize in a specific area of medicine such as internal medicine, pediatrics etc. If a physician wants to be certified in a specialized area, they must pass an exam given by the board of that particular specialty. When the physician passes this exam and meets certain other board requirements, they become known as “board certified” in that specialty.

Our Call The Doc physician will determine if a non-narcotic drug is needed. Non-narcotic drugs in principal fall under the classification of an analgesic, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory. They are not classified under the Controlled Substances Act. (Drug Evaluations Annual. 1992. p.109). Our medical experts may also determine if a non-scheduled drug is needed-drugs the FDA has adjudicated are significantly free from the risks of abuse, addiction, dangerous side effects or any combination thereof.