Who We Are
We are mobile urgent care physicians. Established in 2007 by John Horning, MD, a veteran board certified emergency medicine doctor, Urgent Med Housecalls is the only physician house call service to offer comprehensive mobile urgent care services, including rapid IV fluid hydration, injections, wound care, dispensed medications and more, throughout the San Francisco Bay Area....Because Your Time & Comfort DO Matter.
During a typical visit to the ER or other medical office, do any of these sound familiar?
- Uncomfortable waiting rooms
- Epic wait-a-thons, even when you have an appointment?
- Poor communication from staff
- Child-unfriendly environment
- Exposure to infectious disease, including influenza, MRSA, chicken pox or more
You shouldn't have to suffer while waiting for care.
There is a better way.
- Urgent Med Housecalls offers adult and pediatric medical care brought to you on your schedule.
- We carry medications, injections, IV fluids for rapid hydration, and much more.
- We dispense medications, so that no trip to the pharmacy is needed.
- Our doctors provide ample time with patients to be sure all questions are answered.
- Our patients have easy phone access to their house call provider for followup questions and communications.
Why Urgent Med Housecalls?
When we are with you, we are focused on treating only you, without a waiting room full of patients nearby.
At Your Location
Whether you are at home, hotel, workplace or elsewhere, we come to you.
Our physicians and advanced practice providers all have years of experience and training so you get the best treatment.
On Your Time
Need us now?
No problem. Want to make an appointment? You can do that too.
Privacy and Security
Care in the comfort and privacy of your own home or other place of your choice.
Our service is surprisingly affordable, and is usually reimbursable by your insurance plan.
Skip the headaches that come with traditional office visits.
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