Ooredoo announces its partnership with oDoc - Sri Lanka’s leading telemedicine platform, that connects patients with doctors for audio/video consultation and care with an aim of providing high-quality health care that is universally accessible and affordable to all.

In a statement, Ooredoo said that the partnership was established to enable carrier billing service to Ooredoo customers, where they will be able to consult a doctor online and charge it to their phone bill or deduct the fee from their Postpaid or Prepaid package, eliminating the need to provide credit card/debit card.

“We’re excited over our partnership with oDoc to further enable and enhance the digital experience of online consultations. oDoc is a wonderful platform that connects the people to high quality health care services that is universally accessible and affordable. Access to digital platforms such as oDoc has become necessary during these unprecedented times. Our customers can now reach out to their doctors in Sri Lanka for follow ups at their convenience, without having to travel and at an affordable price
Ooredoo Maldives MD & CEO, Najib Khan

Ooredoo said that oDoc virtual clinic provides access to medical consultation from over 450 Sri Lankan doctors including general practitioners, pediatricians, psychiatrists, dermatologists, gynecologists, and many more.

It said that in the coming months oDoc will expand their doctor profiles by onboarding Maldivian doctors onto the platform.

Ooredoo assured that all doctors on oDoc are fully qualified, registered, and have at least 5 years of post-internship experience

It said doctors on oDoc can also issue a prescription, if needed, to the patient’s phone bearing the doctors seal and signature after a thorough video consultation.