medical questionsHouse Call Questions. We Have Answers. Atlanta House Calls Are Back.

This is different.  Many patients have house call questions.  We have answers.  At Resurgia, we believe that your health is your most valuable asset, and you should not have to compromise.

We aim to provide house call patients in Atlanta with convenient, affordable, high-quality healthcare in the comfort of your own home.

Please read the questions and answers below.
Call us at 1-84House-Doc if you have additional house call questions.

Old fashioned House Calls with a technology face lift.
“House Call Doctors” are not new. In fact, up until the 1960s, many physicians routinely made house calls. The sad truth is that in today’s health system, there continues to be a focus on the efficiency and the economics of health care.  Current medical technology has allowed us to bring back the old fashioned house call, yet maintain a level of efficiency and patient focus that is unparalleled in the current health care system.

Resuriga’s House Call practice is bringing a back a focus on what really matters. The patient. You.

We have compiled a list of the frequently asked house call questions and answers below.  We hope that these house call questions help you understand what we do, how house calls work, and how we can care for you at home.  These house call questions cover topics including:

 – How to schedule a “house call”  – What type of care we offer  – How to pay for “house call visits”
 – When are “house calls” available  – Can patients who are not home bound get a “house call”  – What conditions qualify patients as home bound
 – Will insurance cover the costs of a “house call”  – Our service area in Atlanta, and surrounding Georgia counties  – What mobile services are included in our “house call visits”
 – Coordination of care with primary care physicians  – Transitional and ongoing care  – Frequency of “house call visits”

We suggest that you visit this page regularly as we will continually update this page with more frequently asked “medical house calls”, “mobile medicine”, “mobile doctors” and “visiting physicians” questions.