Doctor Housecalls of Paradise Valley is the FIRST and BEST Mobile Urgent Care provider in the Valley of the Sun! As the original Mobile Urgent Care provider for the Phoenix area, we are the leader in providing comprehensive mobile urgent care to all ages in the comfort and privacy of your home, hotel, or workplace. Our team of award-winning, highly qualified board certified emergency physicians and staff are steps ahead of traditional health clinics and have been operating daily since 2010. We take extra care to provide quick and efficient treatment and Urgent Care in Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale and the surrounding communities.
Doctor Housecalls is not only the original Phoenix Urgent Care mobile healthcare service provider, but we are also one of the first of its kind in the nation. Board certified emergency physicians are available for the evaluation and treatment of medical issues, and our team of highly qualified doctors brings decades of experience right to your doorstep – with each physician having over 30 years of experience. The team at Doctor Housecalls of Paradise Valley takes the time needed for our patients to fully understand their problems and their care options.
Besides available onsite lab tests, we work with phlebotomy services for more extensive needs, and have bedside X-Ray and Ultrasound available as well. All of our physicians have Dispensing Licenses, so we can leave most needed medications with the patient at the time of service if desired. We work hard to ensure the highest quality of Urgent Care in Paradise Valley and other surrounding communities.
With a commitment to respond within one hour of being called, we currently average 40 minutes on-site, bringing the best Mobile Urgent Care to your doorstep in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley. We have a long list of satisfied patients and great reviews. We look forward to serving you!
From the Dr. Housecalls of Paradise Valley Blog
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