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Using DriveThruDoc is easy as 1-2-3

Step 1

Sign up by creating your login

Step 2

Schedule your visit by choosing
- Your location
- Reason for visit and
- Time you wish to see your provider

Step 3

Your provider will admit you and begin your video medical consultation.

Our Providers

DTD providers are qualified healthcare professionals with the education, training and licensure required to meet your non-emergent medical needs. View our provider's profile when scheduling an appointment, to find a healthcare provider who is right for you.

Courtney Morgan, M.D.

Family Medicine

What We Treat

DTD can be used to treat most common non-emergency health issues.

Below are some of the non-emergency health issues we treat:

Acid Reflux




Bacterial Vaginosis

Bites and Stings


Chlamydia (STD)

Cold or Flu

Common Cold/Flu






Eye Infection

Fungal Infections

Gonorrhea (STD)



Herpes (STD)


Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Jock Itch



Overactive Bladder

Poison Ivy / Poison Oak

Skin Irritations / Rash

Strep Throat


Trichomoniasis (STD)

Upper Respiratory Infection

Urinary Tract Infection


Yeast Infection

DTD is not designed to treat patients for emergency situations or potentially life-threatening conditions.


$60 USD

There is a separate cost for prescriptions, lab work, follow-up visits and consults with specialist physicians.


Health insurances recognize the benefits of telemedicine services and may reimburse a portion of the cost to patients who use these services.  Contact your health insurance company to see if the cost of your DriveThruDoc (DTD) visit is reimbursable to you.

Coming Soon! BancX payment gateway system will accept BancCoin (BCCN) cryptocurrency for DTD services.

Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be to consult with a DriveThruDoc provider?

DTD users must be at least 18 years old to see a DTD provider.

If my condition cannot be treated, can I still discuss my health condition with a DriveThruDoc provider?

So long as your medical issue is not an emergency condition, our providers may be able to offer you medical advice, a second opinion or inform you of treatment options for your condition.

Can I see a DriveThruDoc provider online if I am traveling or in another state or outside the United States?

Yes. Just select the country or state you are in to set up a consult with a provider licensed to treat patients in that area. Now, doctor visits via telehealth are permitted in every state nationwide.

Can a DriveThruDoc provider prescribe medication?

Yes, DTD providers can write a prescription to treat your medical condition when deemed clinically necessary and in compliance with our policies. First and foremost, DTD providers are the decision-makers for prescribing. After evaluation and diagnosis, DTD providers can issue an electronic prescription (e-script or eRx), as deemed medically necessary by them. The e-script can be sent directly to a local pharmacy of your choosing. Any prescription written by a DTD provider will be electronically sent to a local pharmacy or kiosk for purchase and pick-up. Please remember, DTD is not an online pharmacy. Prescribing is solely at the provider’s discretion, after evaluation via video or in-person (for physical locations), and diagnosis.

Also, please note that DTD providers do not prescribe or renew prescriptions for any drugs listed as controlled substances by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency or regulated under State law. If you are uncertain whether a particular prescription is listed as a controlled substance, you can look up the scheduling of the medication in the DEA Controlled Substances Schedule 

Can DriveThruDoc providers fill out medical forms or provide me with a medical note if needed?

DTD providers are able to fill-out simple forms like sick slips, back to work documents or back to school documents. They can also provide a simple medical note, as deemed clinically appropriate by them. However, DTD providers are not able to provide documentation requiring in-person evaluations, such as DMV documents, handicap evaluations, and FMLA forms.

Forms or documents can be uploaded into your medical chart prior to you consult. Just remember to request the documentation before ending the consultation with your DTD provider.

Can DriveThruDoc providers order lab tests?

Yes. When deemed necessary, DTD providers can order lab tests for you. It is your responsibility to complete the lab tests in person and have the results sent back or uploaded to the DTD system in a timely manner so that your DTD provider can review and discuss them with you.

Can DriveThruDoc providers prescribe medical devices (e.g. oxygen tanks, wheelchairs, scooters, splints or other durable medical equipment)?

DTD providers generally do not prescribe these medical devices, due to necessary in-person examinations, assessments, monitoring and follow-up care.

Are DriveThruDoc providers able to prescribe referral notes for physical or occupational therapy?

DTD providers do not write referrals for physical or occupational therapy, due to necessary in-person examinations, assessments, monitoring and follow-up care.

Can I share consultation results with my primary care doctor?

Yes. You can access and download a copy of your discharge summary for your records within DTD’s secure portal, which you may share at your discretion.

Can a doctor on DriveThruDoc be my regular primary care provider?

Generally no, unless you are being seen at the DTD physician’s physical practice location. DTD providers who conduct virtual consultations are there to supplement your care between office visits and in non-emergency situations. For patients whose primary care physician is also a DTD provider, you can also book your appointments on the DTD application.

What is DriveThruDoc NOT designed to treat?

DTD is not designed to treat patients for emergency situations or potentially life-threatening conditions, such as:

• Altered level of consciousness
• Cancer
• Chest pain
• Difficulty breathing
• Dizziness, light headedness or loss of consciousness
• Head injury
• Neurological symptoms, suggesting a stroke
• Suicidal or homicidal
• Possible broken bones
• Schizophrenia or hallucinations
• Seizures
• Severe hypertension or hemorrhoids
• Sudden bleeding

If you think you may have an emergency situation or serious medical concern, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department for assistance.

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