Dermatology FAQ

We are looking for board-certified dermatologists who are eager to help more people get the skin care they need.
Dermatologists must also hold an active state license and DEA, have no more than one open malpractice claim, and have no open licensing board complaints or probated or restricted licensure.

Teladoc Health Dermatology treats a variety of concerns, with our top two consult requests for acne or rash-related issues.

Currently Teladoc Health is able to allow Dermatologists to work their own hours. You can add to your current practice or build an entire telemedicine practice, dependent on your licenses.

Dermatology visits are asynchronous and are managed over the platform. There is no phone call or video call involved.

Teladoc Health Dermatology provides services to patients of all ages. Teladoc Health and the physician determine the best age ranges for the Dermatologist to treat based upon the physician’s comfort level and the physician’s current practice age population.

Yes. Teladoc Health requires each patient to complete a medical history disclosure prior to the first consult, along with uploading 3-5 images of the concern.

The average consults takes 10 minutes to complete.