Have you ever needed to call patients when away from the office, only to realize they won't pick up your blocked call? We understand, which is why we created Doximity Dialer. Call patients from your cell phone, display your main office number.
Here's what our users had to say about their experience using Doximity Dialer:
“This app is just plain marvelous! I often make phone calls to patients while doing other things, and before this app I would write numbers on sticky notes and call, but I always used *67 to avoid giving out my cell number via caller ID. The problem is that patients often won’t answer if there is no caller ID listed. This app solves that problem, by now making it look like I’m calling from the main office number. Truly a great tool to make me connect with patients more easily. I love it and I now include this app among my iPhone page of “medical apps.” Thanks for making this excellent product and please continue to support it and keep it going.” -MedicalMoose
“I just started using this today after starting call with a new group where we respond to “mommy pages.” I was tired of dialing *67 then having to leave a message telling parents I would call again and to answer the blocked call. The Dialer is very straightforward to use and the call quality is just like your normal phone. It automatically used my clinic phone number from my Doximity profile but you can also input a different number to display to patients. The patients are answering on the first try now instead of screening the blocked call. I’m sharing it with the residents and others in the group now because it works so smoothly.” -TexasJeremy
“Works like a charm. No more blocked call denials - and my mobile number stays private. Also nice that the patient’s recent call log will show my office number should they need to call back to have me paged/messaged.” -Ruecube
“Love this app! The fact that I can use this app to call patients without *67 makes being on-call so much easier. Patients see the caller ID of the office, a number they recognize and I don’t reveal my personal cell phone number. I no longer risk getting a patient whose phone will not receive a blocked number. This is a must for all physicians who unfortunately have to be on-call.” -Willfromphilly