We can treat nearly everything an emergency room can
The qualified medical team who will provide your treatment consists of either a physician assistant or nurse practitioner along with a medical technician and on-call physician. These comprehensive teams will arrive at your home with a full-service medical kit that contains roughly 70 percent of the tools and technologies found in the ER, ranging from blood tests and 12-lead EKG to IVs, sutures, staples, splints, and more. After a careful examination, our medical experts can then provide a report to your primary care physician or home health agency. Best of all, the medical cost for a DispatchHealth visit is nearly one-tenth of the medical cost for an ER visit, and we accept all major insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. For convenient medical care from the comfort of your home, DispatchHealth is your knight in shining armor.
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