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Seeing a doctor in Kootenay Boundary
With 31,000+ people living in the Kootenay Boundary region, it can be difficult to quickly see a doctor when you need to. If clinics are closed, your only option is the hospital. Even though Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital’s ER on Hospital Bench in Trail is open 24 hours, you’ll probably have to wait hours before you meet with a doctor to address your concern.
That’s why we created Maple. We have a large network of Canadian doctors ready to help in minutes — anytime 24/7.
A hand-picked network of doctors and specialists ready to help you.
Our physicians, nurse practitioners, and allied healthcare professionals are Canadian licensed and practice in their respective fields right here in Canada.
How it works
Describe your symptoms
Open the app and click the “Get care” button. One of our healthcare providers will review your request and respond in minutes.
Chat with a doctor or nurse practitioner
Next, you'll be connected to the healthcare provider. Consultations usually take place over secure text message, but the doctor may request video, or audio chat if needed.
Get a diagnosis or prescription
Doctors and nurse practitioners can diagnose and provide prescriptions as necessary during your consultation.
Easy pricing. Instant care.
Pay when you see the doctor or sign up for a membership for more coverage.
Pay per visit
See a Canadian-licensed general practitioner in five minutes or less, any time 24/7.
Get 30 visits per year with a GP for you and your family.
per month (paid annually)
Skip the walk in clinics in Kootenay Boundary. See the doctor online.
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