Practice telemedicine in minutes.
Just dial your patient’s number to start a video call. They are sent a text message from a no-reply number (not your cell number). With one tap, you’re connected. Patient delayed? You can hang up and will get a notification when they have entered your video conference. Telemedicine, streamlined.Download AppLearn More
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Use your cell phone to call patients without revealing your private number. When their phone rings, patients see your office number (or any number you designate) on their CallerID. Or, skip the ring and go straight to voicemail for non-urgent updates. Free, HIPAA-secure and easy to use.Download App
The universal clinician directory
Search and find any U.S. physician, nurse practitioner, PA or pharmacist in seconds, anytime, anywhere.Download App
Stay informed with personalized news and earn CME
Stay current with the latest news and research in your specialty, without the hassle of sorting through numerous journals and publications. Earn Category 1 CME/CEU for free just by reading articles.Download App
The reviews are in
Here's what doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and pharmacists are saying about Doximity.
I transferred a patient to another hospital several years ago and was able to quickly fax and send patient info via the Doximity app to my former medical school classmate who was working at the other hospital. It was 3am and the patient was admitted directly to the ICU. It was fantastically smooth and saved us so much time rather than having to traditionally fax medical records and information. Every little bit of time helps.
I use this application on a daily basis. I use the Doximity dialer to call patients from my personal phone so that my personal number doesn't show up on their caller ID. Nothing but praise. Thanks, Doximity!
I frequently consult my colleagues in different specialties using the Doximity app. I frequently utilize Doximity to access articles for teaching rounds as well as sharing articles with my colleagues. It allows me to multi-task and take care of patients while not being confined to a desk.