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Sickday Medical House Calls Launches Low Cost Neighborhood Service For Uninsured New Yorkers
Date:9/24/2009

onjunctivitis and Bronchitis/Pneumonia. The service includes a comprehensive evaluation, diagnostic exams, prescriptions for medications, ordering and interpreting lab tests, and referrals to sub-specialists, if needed.

Sickday physician associates spend a minimum of 30 minutes with each patient, significantly more than many doctors can spend with patients in a traditional office setting. Fees for service are payable at the time you book an online appointment.

Socially Responsible Medical Care

Sickday's neighborhood care model offers medical practitioners a financially viable model for extending care to vulnerable patient populations. Leveraging the operational expertise and resources of Sickday's on-demand service allows caregivers the opportunity to operate without overhead or expensive infrastructure and results in lower costs for patients.

"Sickday offered me a way to keep my full-time job and also help those in the community who struggle to find quality, affordable care, said Veronique Camile, a Sickday physician associate. "I just allocate my time and my skills as a practitioner, Sickday does the rest and the whole community benefits."

About Sickday Medical House Calls
Sickday Medical House Calls is more than a nostalgic return to the "days gone by" of at-home medical care. We have a modern healthcare solution devoid of waste and unnecessary infrastructure that allows us to provide quality, affordable care in the environment of your choice.

Sickday clients receive prompt medical attention in the comfort of their home, office, or hotel room. Our PA's spend an average of 30-40 minutes with each patient, listening, observing, and truly understanding their health needs. This personal attention assures accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plans. Sickday does not subscribe to the alternative "patient factory" mentality.

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