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Connect with doctors online 24/7 and get a diagnosis or prescription in minutes — 91% of medical issues are fully resolved after one visit. With over 350,000 reviews, Canadians coast to coast continue to trust Maple.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What can online doctors treat?
Maple’s Canadian-licensed doctors and nurse practitioners can treat many conditions online including bladder infections, UTIs, colds, flu, eye infections, sexual health issues including ED, vomiting, diarrhea, skin issues, and more. They can also provide prescriptions on Maple as needed.
Do online doctors accept insurance?
Our online doctor consultations and memberships are covered under many existing private healthcare plans, including Healthcare Spending Accounts. Check with your insurance provider to find out more.
Do online doctors work?
Yes! Our doctors and nurse practitioners are able to treat many conditions online, allowing you to save travel time and skip the waiting room. And as Canada’s leading virtual care platform, you can be sure you’ll always be speaking with reputable, Canadian-licensed healthcare providers.
How does virtual care work?
Virtual care connects patients to healthcare providers online via text, audio, or video. Online doctor consultations work just like in-person appointments with a family doctor or specialist. Doctors can examine areas of concern visually and ask questions about your symptoms and health history to determine your diagnosis and the best treatment plan. You can also ask a doctor questions online during your consultation.
Maple is a virtual care platform. Through Maple, you can see a doctor online via text, audio, or video, receive a diagnosis, and prescriptions. Prescriptions can be sent to the pharmacy of your choice or delivered to your door.
What kinds of specialties does Maple offer?
Maple offers access to over 25 specialties, including dermatology, mole mapping, endocrinology, mental health therapy, psychotherapy, general health assessments, and much more. While you’d typically have to wait months to see a specialist in person, there’s no waitlist or referral needed to speak with many of our Canadian-licensed specialists.