See a Doctor Online with Helpouts and One Medical

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We’re excited to announce that One Medical is now offering a number of online health care services on Helpouts by Google, a new service for getting and giving personalized help over live video.

With Helpouts, people can now get personalized medical, nutritional, mental health and wellness-related help from a One Medical provider over live video, whenever they need it and wherever they are, through desktop, tablet or mobile devices.

One Medical is one of the first health care providers selected to offer services via Helpouts.

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Initial services include Medical Advice; Nutrition Consultation; Mental Health Counseling; and Wellness Coaching. Medical Advice services are free for One Medical members; pricing for other services will vary depending on the service.

One Medical is committed to transforming the health care system and making high-quality health care more accessible and affordable for everyone. Embracing new technologies is an important component of this mission. We believe these new services are a compelling enhancement to the overall One Medical experience.

We’re also on Google+! Check out the official One Medical Google+ page for great health tips and more.

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