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Doctor Home Visit

Get a Doctor at Home Visit for Your Elder Patient Today 


A doctor at home visit is a modern day solution to what we had in the past in the form of family doctors. It is the service that allows elders to conveniently and comfortably get consultations with their doctors without having to visit them in - what they call - the dull hospitals. It will also save time, money, and energy for the elder. That’s because a doctor on call or at home visit may end up being affordable - owing to no travel costs, thanks to Emoha and its services for you.


All You Need to Know About At Home Doctor Visits for Elders

A facility of doctors on call is a blessing for elders around the world for the very reason that it promises convenience and comfort. But that’s not the only benefit. The family doctor alternative, a doctor at home is more empathetic and comfortable to talk to, for the elders. Home visits also take away the stress of waiting for your turn or the expensive medical bills like that of the hospital canteen. Read on how the doctor at home visits are a boon to the elderly.

Get Both Physical Visits and Calls



To start with, you ought to know that you can get a doctor at home to physically visit and examine you. If that’s somehow not possible, say in the case of a pandemic due to covid-19, the doctor can have a video consultation with you. Sometimes during critical care or palliative care, multidisciplinary doctors connect with each other and the patient for consultation, diagnosis, or for formulating a personalized treatment plan. Lastly, if the health condition is not very serious, you can also get the doctor on call. This option is often more comfortable for older patients than a video call with the specialists because the elders aren’t often technologically advanced. So, there you see, there are three ways in which an elder can connect to a doctor without visiting the hospital.


The Benefits



Doctor on call or at home visits can prove very convenient for the elder in cases where consultation is necessary for a general check-up, post-operative care, diabetes management, palliative care, pain management, or in some unfortunate cases, for a death certificate. Elders who seek medical assistance from doctors at home often have reduced health hazards. One of the reasons can be that they get undivided attention from care providers. Additionally, the doctor at home visits or calls can happen 24*7. It saves the patient from traveling or waiting in the hospital queue in case it is completely inconvenient for them. Research suggests that doctors are quite compassionate and understanding during home visits. Apart from that, you must also remember that the recovery rate is faster at the patient's home.


Who Can Get a Doctor at Home?



Elder patients with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), or those needing diabetes or infection management must get a doctor at home. Elders with hypertension, acute diseases, heart diseases, seasonal flu, and bed-bound patients can also take advantage of Emoha’s facility of doctor at home visits. 





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Doctor Home Visit FAQs


Emoha gives elders access to multidisciplinary doctors instead of a general one. With services like that of critical care, palliative care, hospice care, etc. it is necessary to always be able to get in touch with the same doctor. Emoha provides such a facility, thus making it one of the most reliable organizations for every elder.

The doctor’s visits will depend on the needs of the elder and the treatment plan that the specialists make for them.

Not just any person. An elder who is not well and cannot travel to the hospital can get a doctor on call or even a doctor at home visit for their convenience. Patients getting hospice care, physiotherapy, critical care, palliative care, etc. already have regular doctor visits on their plan. They can also get in touch with the doctor on a video consultation with the help of nurses or caregivers.

Yes, the specialists at Emoha supervise all the services we provide. We have a team of head doctors and veterans who make sure every elder gets the best treatment and service. And gets to feel at home from consultation to treatment.

The elder must keep their prescriptions accessible to tell the doctor for home visit. They should make sure to have both current and old prescriptions at hand. Before their doctor at home visit, the specialist might have asked to get some tests done. If yes, then make sure all your tests are complete and you have the reports ready to show the doctor. If the doctor is new, or it’s one of the first few consultations with the doctor, make sure he knows your medical history and the current issue really well. Have a family member, nurse, or caregiver around to answer the doctor’s questions. Additionally, make sure the elder is wearing comfy and loose clothes as the doctor may want to perform a physical examination.

The very first thing you should do is monitor and keep track of the elder's conditions so that you can share your findings with the doctor when he comes. This way he will be able to diagnose and treat the patient well. In case the patient’s condition is getting worse, it is better to call the ambulance or shift them to the hospital immediately, instead of waiting for the doctor. If your elder gets our nursing services, the caregiver/nurse will take care of such a situation as they get special training for it.

You can call Emoha at our toll-free number 1800-123-44555 if you want to request a doctor for home visit or a call with a doctor. It’s as simple as that. So, stop searching queries like ‘doctor for home visit near me’ and get a doctor on call in Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Greater Noida or Delhi with Emoha.