Primary Care @ Home Physicians take the time to listen, observe and answer your questions. They don’t have to rush to see the next patient. Our physicians care about you, your health and will make sure you get the best possible attention and care.
Primary Care @ Home doctors are trained in remote care and house call medicine. They are Board Certified and experienced at delivering primary care. Primary Care @ Home physicians are licensed to practice medicine and have the training to understand your health history, provide a diagnosis and prescribe treatment.
According to a study on AAFP.org, “The demand for house calls is increasing because of the aging U.S. population, an increase in patients who are homebound, and the acknowledgment of the value of house calls by the public and health care industry.
Literature from current U.S. home-based primary care programs describes health care cost savings and improved patient outcomes for older adults and other vulnerable populations.
Common indications for house calls are management of acute or chronic illnesses, coordination of a post-hospitalization transition of care, health assessments, and end-of-life care.
House calls may also include observation of activities of daily living, medication reconciliation, nutrition assessment, evaluation of primary caregiver stress, and the evaluation of patient safety in the home.”
If you live in the Indianapolis area, you have come to the right place. Primary Care @ Home provides in-home doctors visits to patients and assisted living facilities throughout the Indianapolis area.
An in-home visit from our physician is no more expensive than a traditional visit at the office. We accept the following insurances:
We will bill and file all of the patient’s insurance claims, including all secondary insurance for any charges not covered by a patient’s primary insurance.
Getting your senior to the doctor’s office for a visit can be extremely challenging.
Whether they’re frail, can’t walk on their own, or have Alzheimer’s or dementia, getting out of the house is hard on the patient and the caregiver. Visiting a physician’s office can also expose seniors to germs or bad weather.
Having a physician make a house call is a perfect way to get the care needed, and also allows the family and the doctor to take their time. There is no 15-minute limit and rushing to see the next patient.
The environment is familiar, comforting, and less disturbing, especially for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia.