AlliMD’s goal is to simply provide convenient, quality telemedicine in Dallas, Texas, for simple conditions without the typical waiting room.
We understand that no one likes to miss work and spend long hours waiting in line, receive expensive medical bills, and possibly deal with embarrassing conversations with your doctor. There’s no reason to spend countless hours in doctor’s offices, urgent care centers, and walk-in clinics for simple ailments like sinus infection, cold, cough or pink eye.
While we do believe that traditional in-person medical care is important for various illnesses, however, there are also many basic conditions that can be effectively treated online.
We decided to take an innovative approach to the healthcare experience for basic medical problems to improve every individual’s wellness by not just following traditional methods. Our goal is for everyone to be able CONNECT with a doctor anytime. Hence making medical care faster, more accurate, and less time intensive for everyone.
At AlliMD, we are committed to providing affordable and confidential, quality medical care at your convenience regardless of your insurance. From your computer or smartphone you simply go to AlliMD.COM and select what you’ll want to be treated for. You then answer a simple questionnaire so we can better understand your condition. Our dedicated US-based and licensed physicians then review your case and sends a prescription to your pharmacy of choice typically within 2-4 hrs.
ALLI MD is not a pharmacy. We do not store or mail medications. After your online consultation, prescriptions are sent electronically to your pharmacy
Just like a doctor’s office visit, our one-time fee covers your online consultation only. You are still responsible to pay for your prescriptions at the pharmacy
If during certain circumstances we are unable to prescribe, we will issue you a full refund. However, our consultation becomes non-refundable once we send a prescription to your pharmacy
We do NOT prescribe any dangerous drugs including narcotics, sedatives, benzodiazepines, opioids, clonidine, gabapentin or any other controlled drugs