The core offering of Visit is the ability to freely connect with doctors about health-related queries and questions, medicine details, treatment details, and more.Premium features include the ability to personally speak with doctors or specialists via video link or a simple voice call, get the diagnosis for your medical issue, and online prescriptions.After downloading their mobile app and creating a new account, Visit enables users to instantly start chatting with a medical professional for free (during first 60 days of use).The app has separate categories for browsing databases for drug information, diseases descriptions and more.
Logan is among the scores of sexologists and sexuality professionals who are also Jewish.
Its large network of medical professionals includes hundreds of general physicians, nutritionist, dermatologists, sexologists, and gynecologists, ensuring that all your non-emergency medical needs could be solved with the expertise of these licensed doctors.
Additionally, Visit’s therapists also provide help to users seeking advice on mental health issues.
It was through Jewish community that Logan learned progressive values and, in particular, the value of learning. in human sexuality from NYU, and she currently consults with independent schools in and around New York City on sex education, as well as working with parents and families around sexual communication, giving college lectures, writing and working with the media.
“That’s an amazing place to start talking,” she explains. And she’s coming to Boston on Tuesday, April 30, to speak at both CJP’s Jaffa Society luncheon and the Jewish Federation of the North Shore’s Choose to Connect event to invite Jewish women to engage in honest conversation about sex, sexuality, and our culture.