Doc2Us seeks medical professionals to help COVID-19 Task Force, a free telemedicine service
KUALA LUMPUR (March 20): Telemedicine service provider Doc2Us is urging doctors and healthcare professionals (HCPs) available to join the Doc2Us COVID-19 Task Force, a voluntary telemedicine service to help the public gain adequate information about the spread and management of the Covid-19 epidemic and reduce patient-medical healthcare specialist contact. Doc2Us is a Malaysian-based mobile application that connects patients to a healthcare professional to get medical advice instantly.
In a statement today, Doc2Us chief executive officer Dr Raymond Choy said the service would allow the general public to seek medical enquiries or ask general questions related to Covid-19 for free.
“There are currently many messages going around chat platforms and groups about alleged tips and old wives tales to prevent or cure a Covid-19 infection that are untrue.
Introducing Doc2Us, your personal pocket doctor at your fingertips. With its name synonymous to “talk to us”, Doc2Us is a mobile application that allows you to talk to a doctor or any healthcare professionals via text chat at any time and from anywhere.