Doctors To You provides quality on-demand urgent care to you, wherever you are.
Why do patients choose urgent care?
The idea of urgent medical care emerged decades ago as an alternative for patients waiting to see their primary care doctor or even worse, the chaos of an emergency room visit.
Unfortunately, urgent care is often more expensive. But the bill isn’t the only cost. You’ll still have to sit in a room with other patients waiting in line for attention. Not surprisingly, patients report that they receive a lower quality of care at urgent care clinics, according to the American Journal of Clinical Medicine.
House calls: a better alternative to clinics
A house call doctor brings on-demand medical care to you—no need to visit the clinic or sit in a waiting room. You’ll receive the same standard of service you would expect from your primary care doctor and more- at your convenience.
Doctors To You brings you urgent care —any time, any place
Our house call doctors will come to you with high-quality urgent care services – no need to visit the clinic and sit in an uncomfortable waiting room. We serve everyone in the Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland area.
So next time you’re looking for “urgent care near me,” consider Doctors To You. Patients appreciate our care and we know you will too—see our reviews here.
Nights, weekends and early mornings don’t phase us.
We can discuss your medical concerns one-on-one. Once we have a diagnosis, your doctor will devise a treatment plan that works for you.
Medications delivered to you
If your illness or injury requires medication, our doctors can dispense your medication during their visit. We can also pick up medications for you or have it delivered from a local pharmacy during regular business hours.
Following up with you
This is the hallmark of our service to you and is what sets us apart from everyone else. We simply won’t stop caring for you until you are back on your feet. One of our doctors will continue to follow up with a phone call, email or text to check in and determine whether you’re doing better or if you need additional medical attention.