MeMD News Press Release

Free Telehealth Visits for People Impacted by Hurricane Florence

Residents of North Carolina and South Carolina Displaced by the Storm Can Call National Telehealth Provider MeMD, Toll-Free, to Receive Medical Care for Non-Life-Threatening Illnesses and Injuries

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Sept. 17, 2018) – In an effort to provide assistance and relief to individuals and families displaced by Hurricane Florence, national telehealth provider MeMD is offering free urgent care visits for common and non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries through the end of September.

“We know people are facing incredible devastation right now and easy phone access to a medical provider is a significant need. With providers in all 50 states, we’re grateful that we’re in a position to help,” said MeMD President Glenn Dean.

How It Works:

Residents of South Carolina and North Carolina simply need to call 844-399-5341 and provide the care coordinator with the code “FLORENCE” to start a visit with a board-certified, state-licensed medical provider.

Free telehealth visits have been extended to all residents until Sunday, Sept. 30. Services are available 24/7. Additional details can be found at

What Can Be Treated:

Common illnesses and injuries that can be treated over the phone include allergies, cold, flu, respiratory infections, sprains, strains, cuts, dehydration and more. When medically necessary, providers can e-prescribe medications to the patient’s pharmacy of choice.

For a comprehensive list of conditions that can be treated via telehealth, visit

About MeMD®

MeMD® offers a comprehensive telehealth solution that facilitates on-demand, online care for common illnesses, injuries and behavioral health issues for consumers and businesses nationwide. The company leverages the latest technologies to treat the whole person, affordably and conveniently, from a computer or mobile device. For more information, visit


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