Get convenient Covid-19 treatments online

As part of our ongoing mission, Dr. B is currently offering free prescription consultations for Covid-19 treatments to qualifying patients, starting with Paxlovid. Paxlovid is a prescription medication for Covid-19, proven to reduce risk of hospitalization or death for high risk patients by 89%. To get started, fill out our online health assessment.

Get Covid-19 Treatments

Available in New York, California and Florida

You may be eligible if you:

  • Have experienced Covid-19 symptoms for 5 days or less
  • Have a positive Covid-19 PCR or at-home antigen test
  • Are a high-risk patient
  • Are 18 or older

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How It Works

Skip the waiting room. Get an online consultation for Covid-19 treatment from the comfort of your couch.

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    Consultations for Covid-19 prescriptions are currently free
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    Take our online health assessment
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    Choose an online pharmacy or your local spot
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    A board-certified doctor will review your health assessment
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    Approved prescriptions are sent to your pharmacy
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“The process could not have been easier. My chart was reviewed by a licensed professional and I was able to pick up my prescription at my preferred local pharmacy within a few hours.”

Meghan E. from Florida

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What is Dr. B?

We help you get everyday prescriptions online, from the comfort of home (no office visit required). Doctor consultations are convenient and hassle-free.

Visitless Prescriptions?

That's right! When you request a prescription consultation, you'll complete an online health assessment and then a board-certified physician will review your file, typically within an hour.

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