Urgent Care in Your Home

Dispatch Health is a growing company that provides house calls for urgent care. They accept most insurance plans , including Medicare, and they can now be found in several cities across the USA including:

  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Colorado Springs, CO
  • Denver, CO
  • Ricmond, VA
  • Houston, TX
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Phoenix, AZ

There are several advantages to using Dispatch Health for urgent care.

  • It costs much less than the ER, and if you have health insurance, it typically costs the same as your urgent care copay.  If you don’t have insurance, the cost of a Dispatch Health visit will set you back about $150-$300, still far less than a visit to the ER.
  • They come to you, so there’s no need to sit in a crowded, infected waiting room, where you could be exposed to other diseases.
  • No traveling while you are ill
  • They can treat a number of ailments that require urgent care, and prescribe medication for you on the spot.
  • They can see you within a short time of requesting care.

The next time you are very ill don’t avoid treatment due to the cost, and don’t make an expensive trip to the ER. Just call Dispatch Health. Get immediate treatment for an affordable price.

2 Replies to “Urgent Care in Your Home”

  1. Patricia, Dispatch Health has arisen out of the need for people to have access to care without having to wait in an urgent care waiting room. Certainly, there are limits to what can be treated via the mobile unit, but they do have a triage number that you call when scheduling, and they will let you know if they are unable to help. The cost is the same or better than a visit to an Urgent Care Center, and the cost is far less than visiting an ER. The cost is more than a routine office visit to a primary care doctor.

  2. House calls are making a big comeback and this is definitely one of the important resources for expanding access. But it’s not intended to fully displace clinic-based urgent care. House calls still cost more overall than clinic-based care, right? Plus, there’s a limit to what types of medical equipment is portable, too.

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