We’ve Launched Our Bridge Loan Program!

A healthcare worker in blue scrubs and a face mask adjusts her surgical cap with red polka dots in a hospital room.

Doc2 Doc is happy to announce the launch of its Bridge Loan program, specifically designed for
doctors nearing the end of their training.

“Often, earning potential and other nuances are not considered when doctors-in-training apply
for credit and that’s a big gap in the lending market that we address,” said Dr. Zwade J.
Marshall, MD, MBA, CEO and co-founder of Doc2Doc.

“This Bridge Loan helps doctors take that next step in their careers, with their particular
profession taken into consideration.”

Doc2 Doc recognizes that doctors have unique and evolving circumstances while in training.
That’s why the company has designed personal loan products to provide maximum flexibility,
including the new Bridge Loan program.

The Bridge Loan offers a unique solution for doctors who have an executed employment
contract and will complete their training in the next 6 months, featuring:

  • Loan amounts up to $50,000.
  • Lower loan payments during the first 6 months of the loan consisting solely of interest.
  • The remainder of the loan, the payment is comprised of principal and interest.

Doctors-in-training who wish to apply for the Bridge Loan can do so at

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