Online diagnosis is proven safe and effective.

Millions of patients around the world are already consulting with physicians online. Telemedicine has been proven a safe, effective, and more convenient option to access healthcare. Unlike busy emergency rooms or clinics, your private online consultation allows a physician to completely focus on your needs, without distraction.

Telemedicine as effective as in-person care for minor injuries.

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Telemedicine reliable for diagnosing seriously ill kids.

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92% of patients are satisfied with telemedicine.

91% of telemedicine patients would use it again.

Up to 70% of non-emergency issues may be resolved without ever needing a hands-on physical exam.


Perfect for your schedule.

Healthcare can revolve around you. The rest of your life is already online, isn’t it time healthcare finally caught up?

  • Connect to a physician from the comfort of your home, car, gym, or office.
  • Spend sick days at home, instead of the waiting room.
  • Don’t miss a day renewing a prescription.


More life,
less stress.

Getting sick is a fact of life, and clinics can be hectic and time-consuming. With Maple, the doctor comes directly to you, so great care is always just a click away.


Canadians wait the longest to see the doctor.

As Canadians, we pride ourselves in having one of the best healthcare systems in the world. But our system is under tremendous pressure to cope with a growing and aging population. Financial pressure and limited resources are increasingly hindering our access to healthcare.

Number of patients in developed countries that must wait six days or more for a doctor’s appointment:

Canada 33%%
United States
United States 26%%
Sweden 22%%
Germany 15%%
New Zealand
New Zealand 5%%

Statistics Canada, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Ontario Telemedicine Network, 2013 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey.

15% of Canadians don’t have a family physician.

60% of those with a family physician wait at least two days for an appointment.

More Canadians are forced to turn to emergency rooms than in any other developed country. These visits cost Canada $300 on average, which is ten times the cost of seeing a general practitioner.

Moving care into communities.

When Maple brings healthcare to you, it means fewer clinic and emergency room visits straining an already taxed system. This saves resources and space for those who need it most, helping improve the sustainability of healthcare for all Canadians.