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DocDoc service will provide consultations with doctors about coronavirus

DocDoc service will provide consultations with doctors about coronavirus
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From March 23, any resident of Russia can get a free consultation from a qualified doctor of the DocDoc telemedicine service, which is part of the Sberbank ecosystem. This can be done by phone or through a mobile application.

When calling the toll-free hotline, 8 800 707-85-72 users will be connected to a DocDoc call center specialist. The operator will advise on issues that do not require medical qualifications, and if necessary, connect with a doctor. The duration of consultations is unlimited, on average it is 15 minutes.

According to the press service of Sberbank, 400 doctors work on the line, all of them have undergone additional training and practice in private clinics in Moscow and the regions. If necessary, the service can also connect state clinics.

Sberbank took over the financial costs of creating and maintaining the service. In addition to medical advice, free online consultations of psychologists will become available to users of the service within a week.

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