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New Zocdoc Pricing in New York and New Jersey

We’re updating our pricing in New York and New Jersey. If your practice is based in one of these states, click below to see a summary of your pricing changes (you’ll be directed to log into your Zocdoc account).

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Zocdoc?

Zocdoc is the tech company at the beginning of a better healthcare experience. Each month, millions of patients use Zocdoc to find in-network neighborhood doctors, instantly book appointments online, see what other real patients have to say, get reminders for upcoming appointments and preventive check-ups, fill out their paperwork online, and more. With a mission to give power to the patient, Zocdoc’s online marketplace delivers the accessible, seamless, and simple experience patients expect and deserve. Zocdoc is free for patients and available across the United States via or the Zocdoc app for iPhone and Android.

I'm a provider, how do I sign up for Zocdoc?

Click here to get started with Zocdoc.

Which states does the new pricing apply to?

All practices in New York and New Jersey will transition to the new pricing.

My practice is not in New York or New Jersey. Is the pricing changing in my state?

We are currently changing our pricing in New York and New Jersey at this time. In 2018, we changed pricing in Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Washington. We will notify you in advance should there be any changes for your state in the future.

Is Zocdoc free for patients?

Booking appointments with Zocdoc is 100 percent free for patients. We want to make it as easy as possible for patients to get the care they need.  Please note that our services are completely separate from any costs patients may have associated with visiting the provider, such as insurance copays. If a patient is not sure how much a doctor visit will cost, they should check with their healthcare provider or their insurance company.