You'd be surprised how
much we can treat

Our medical team is geared up and ready to treat any number of conditions.
From getting you stitched up to taking blood tests. We’ve got you covered. 

 

Common ailments
Common Ailments
Fever, Cough, Cold, Flu, Headaches / migraines, Urinary tract infection, Dehydration, Anxiety
Ear nose throat
Ear, Nose & Throat
Sore throat, Ear infection or pain, Sinus infection, Nasal congestion, Laryngitis, Nose bleeds
Eye
Eye
Eye infection, Eye irritation, Pink eye, Styes
Arm rash
Skin
Rash, Skin infections, Skin lesions, Lacerations
Stomach
Gastrointestinal
Upset stomach, Nausea / Vomiting, Diarrhea, Indigestion, Constipation
Xray
Musculoskeletal
Joint or back pain, Strains or sprains, Minor fractures
Lungs
Respiratory
Asthma, Bronchitis, Seasonal allergies, Upper respiratory infection
Female
Female Conditions
Urinary retention, Urinary tract infection
Male
Male Conditions
Urinary retention, Urinary tract infection, Prostate inflammation
 
stethoscope and syringe

Get care where you're most comfortable

No more rushing off to an urgent care or ER. Wait patiently on the comfort of your couch while we come to you.

Procedures Performed

iv fluid

IV Fluids

(And Medications)

Clinical Labs

Labs

(Blood Tests)

Rapid Infectious Disease Testing

Rapid Infectious Disease Test

(Flu, RSV, Mono, Strep)

 

IV Fluid administration, Labs and Rapid infectious disease testing are just a few of the many procedures we can perform in the comfort of your home. In addition, we can perform stitches, splint injured extremities and arrange for x-rays, plus many more.

  • IV Fluid administration
  • Administer IV medications and antibiotics
  • Stitches (wound care)
  • Splint injured extremities and arrange for X-rays
  • Advanced blood laboratory testing
  • Skin abscess drainage (boil)
  • Rapid infectious disease testing (strep, mono, RSV, flu)
  • Urinary catheter insertion
  • Nosebleed treatment (cautery and packing)
  • Urinalysis and urine pregnancy testing

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