This is a sponsored post with Providence Express Care. All opinions are my own.
We’ve all had those days when our kids get sick or we get sick and we have to see a doctor. Sometimes the hardest part of your kids being so sick is just getting to the doctor’s office. I know that when my girls were younger having two little ones sick at the same time we often spent many miserable hours inside the doctor’s office.
If you work full time, then it becomes nearly impossible to avoid the super early walk-ins or late night visits available often just once a week. So, wouldn’t it be nice to see a health practitioner right inside your home, when it’s convenient for you? That’s exactly what Providence Express Care aims to do with their new at home care. It’s like a throwback to another era when house calls were the norm!
The best part is most insurance plans cover the visits, so your cost will just be your copay just like when you go to a clinic.
You may recall my prior blog regarding HealtheXpress (now Express Care Virtual) and it’s super convenient service to see a health practitioner online. Well with this additional option, Providence Express Care at Home they bring the care of a live health professional provider directly to your home seven days a week.
Also the hours are between 8a.m.noon and 8 p.m., which means you will see a registered nurse practitioner at your home for a same-day visit.
It’s nice to get hassle free scheduling and be able to see a trusted health professional. That means that never again do I have to take my miserable little one to an office when she’s feeling her worst. It also helps prevent the spread of illness to others and allows me to keep them home to rest and recover.
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Providence Express Care at Home providers give you that care typically found in a traditional doctor’s office—all from the comfort of home. It’s great for families and I like that now, here in Southern California this is an option for busy families like ours.
Would you ever consider requesting a home visit from a trusted healthcare provider?