Doctor house-call

House-call for a private doctor allows you to get a full consultation in a comfortable domiciliary environment.
You do not have to waste your energy and time on a visit to the medical center - a specialist will come at the specified address, conduct an examination, and refer to additional studies if necessary. Based on the diagnostics results, treatment will be prescribed. The house-call service is available for both adults and children. A house-call for a nurse is also possible to take tests or carry out the necessary manipulations - injections, IV.

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At what symptoms should you make a house-call for doctor?

It is necessary to make house-call for doctor if you have the following symptoms:

  • change in heart rate;
  • muscle pain;
  • weakness, increased fatigability;
  • sore throat;
  • severe cough;
  • nasal congestion;
  • shortness of breath;
  • dizziness;
  • nausea, vomiting;
  • stool disorders (diarrhea, constipation);
  • elevated body temperature;
  • body rush.

A doctor's domiciliary consultation includes examining the patient, evaluating the results of examinations available on hand, referral to additional studies and / or treatment. It is necessary to make house-call for children’s doctor if a child has the following symptoms:

  • elevated body temperature;
  • prolonged groundless crying;
  • labored respiration;
  • severe cough;
  • abdominal pain;
  • diarrhea;
  • body rush;
  • atony, rapid fatigability;
  • absence of appetite.

It is impossible to make a house-call for the doctors of the medical center “ON Clinic” in case of acute and critical conditions that require immediate call for ambulance:

  • high body temperature (39 °С and higher);
  • loss of consciousness;
  • acute injuries;
  • falling from height;
  • dislocations and fractures;
  • acute pain;
  • alcohol intoxication;
  • agony (dying state).

In these conditions, it is necessary to call an ambulance. A patient may require additional examination or emergency surgery.

House-call for therapist

It is recommended to make a house-call for family doctor in case of deterioration of health, symptoms of cold or viral infections:

  • body temperature rise;
  • body pain;
  • runny nose;
  • nausea, vomiting, etc.

House-call for a therapist allows you to receive quality medical care without visiting a medical institution. Home-based consultation by a therapist involves interviewing the patient, studying the medical history and a thorough examination (measuring body temperature, blood pressure, listening to the heart and lungs, and other methods). If necessary, the doctor will give a referral for additional studies (laboratory tests, ultrasound, X-ray, etc.). After the diagnosis is made, the therapist prescribes a therapy regimen and gives the patient recommendations for treatment.

House-call for cardiologist

The need to make a house-call for cardiologist can arise not only with an exacerbation of chronic cardiovascular diseases. Sometimes medical attention is required for people who do not complain of heart problems. It is necessary to make a house-call for cardiologist if you have the following symptoms:

  • pain in the sternum or behind the scapula;
  • high blood pressure;
  • headache;
  • shortness of breath during exercise or at rest;
  • palpitation;
  • feeling of heart ”sinking”.

A cardiologist will carry out home-based assessment of the patient’s condition, measure blood pressure, pulse, and, if necessary, refer to electrocardiogram (ECG). If treatment of cardiovascular disease can be carried out at domiciliary basis, a therapy regimen will be prescribed. If the patient's condition is unstable, it is necessary to call the ambulance team.

House-call for infectious disease specialist

Infectious diseases (influenza, intestinal infections, hepatitis, measles, etc.) are among the most common pathologies. Advanced bacterial or viral infections can cause serious complications, so treatment should be started as early as possible. Make a house-call for infectious disease specialist if you have the following symptoms:

  • prolonged low-grade fever (37.1-38.0 °C);
  • constant fatigue, increased fatigability;
  • frequent headaches;
  • enlarged lymph nodes;
  • pain joints, body pain;
  • insomnia;
  • abdominal pain;
  • diarrhea;
  • nausea, vomiting;
  • discoloration of urine or stool;
  • rash on the skin or mucous membranes, itching;
  • prolonged cough.

Consultation by an infectious disease specialist is also needed in case of bites of ticks or animals that carry dangerous viral and bacterial infections. Infectious diseases in children can be more severe than in adults, so the criteria for calling a doctor for a child are stricter. It is necessary to make a house-call for pediatric infectious disease specialist if:

  • rashes appeared on the child’s body;
  • lymph nodes are enlarged and painful;
  • it hurts the child to swallow;
  • diarrhea and vomiting last more than a day;
  • cough worsens in the evening;
  • the child is troubled by the pain in large joints.

House-call for endocrinologist

The manifestations of many endocrine diseases at the initial stage are nonspecific, which significantly complicates their timely diagnostics and treatment. Therefore, it is important to be attentive to your well-being, and if alarm signals are found, consult a doctor. It is recommended to make house-call for endocrinologist if you have the following symptoms:

  • frequent urination;
  • constant feeling of thirst and dry mouth;
  • menstrual irregularities;
  • muscle weakness;
  • sudden mood swings;
  • "lump" in throat feeling;
  • dry and itchy skin;
  • increased fragility of hair and nails;
  • memory impairment;
  • sharp fluctuations in weight.

Domiciliary consultation by pediatric endocrinologist is needed if a child:

  • gets tired quickly during the day, and does not sleep well at night;
  • is often sick;
  • lags the peers in physical development;
  • began to study worse, poorly assimilates new material;
  • has become too agitated and irritable.

Another reason for contacting a pediatric endocrinologist is too early or late sexual development. An endocrinologist will conduct home-based thorough assessment of a patient's condition (interview, examination, study of the medical history) and, if necessary, refer him/her to additional tests. After the diagnosis is made, the doctor will prescribe treatment and give recommendations for the prevention of disease complications.

House-call for neurologist

Domiciliary consultation by a neurologist is indispensable in cases where, due to pain and poor health, a patient cannot receive qualified medical care at the medical center. It is necessary to make a house- call for neurologist in case of:

  • back pain, pain in muscles;
  • general weakness, dizziness;
  • visual impairment;
  • feeling of numbness or tingling in certain parts of the body;
  • osteochondrosis;
  • spinal curvature;
  • gait disorders;
  • sleep disorders.

A neurologist conducts domiciliary thorough assessment of the state of the patient’s nervous system. It includes an interview, study of the tests results available, tests for reflexes, muscle strength, coordination of movements, etc. After assessing the state of the patient's nervous system, the doctor makes a diagnosis and prescribes therapy or refers for further tests.

House-call for traumatologist

House-call for traumatologist allows you to get a doctor’s consultation about the musculoskeletal system diseases in a comfortable home environment. This service is indispensable for pain in muscles, joints or bones and the accompanying stiffness of movements. It is necessary to make house-call for traumatologist in case of:

  • contusion of soft tissues;
  • pain in joints, back;
  • muscle weakness;
  • puffiness, discoloration of the skin at the site of injury.

You can also order a home-based visit of traumatologist if it is necessary to remove the plaster cast (if the date of its removal has been discussed with the attending physician). A doctor’s consultation provides for the collection of anamnesis (interviewing the patient, studying the results of available tests), examination and prescribing the treatment.

House-call for gastroenterologist

Domiciliary consultation by a gastroenterologist is indispensable in cases when a patient cannot visit the medical center on his own due to feeling unwell or for other reasons. The reason for making house-call for a doctor is the presence of the following symptoms:

  • abdominal pain;
  • bitter taste in mouth;
  • nausea, vomiting;
  • bloating;
  • absence of appetite;
  • feeling of stomach heaviness;
  • belching, heartburn;
  • frequent constipation or diarrhea.

It is recommended to make house-call for pediatric gastroenterologist if the listed symptoms are present:

  • bloating, crying, frequent regurgitation (in infants);
  • abdominal pain;
  • bad breath;
  • belching, heartburn;
  • yellowness of the skin;
  • poor appetite or constant hunger;
  • stool disorders;
  • a child is losing or not gaining weight.

A domiciliary consultation by a gastroenterologist involves taking anamnesis (interviewing the patient, studying the results of available tests), examining the skin and abdomen palpation. Based on the information received, the doctor makes a diagnosis and prescribes treatment or refers the patient for additional tests.

House-call for pulmonologist

If you need advice on the treatment of respiratory problems, make house-call for pulmonologist. You will receive a complete doctor’s appointment in the comfortable home environment. Below are the symptoms worth making a house-call for pulmonologist:

  • severe cough with sputum production;
  • prolonged dry cough;
  • sensation of a foreign body in the throat;
  • shortness of breath, appearing both during physical exertion and when walking;
  • chest pain;
  • cough accompanied with high temperature.

In children, the respiratory system diseases have similar symptoms, so only a doctor can make accurate diagnosis and prescribe an effective treatment. It is necessary to call a pediatric pulmonologist if the child has the following symptoms:

  • labored respiration during sleep, blueness of lips and facial skin (in newborns);
  • cough;
  • shortness of breath during little physical exertion;
  • atony, apathy;
  • poor appetite;
  • increased fatigability;
  • bronchial asthma attacks.

Domiciliary consultation by a pulmonologist comprises listening to a patient’s complaints, visual examination, lungs listening. If necessary, the doctor prescribes additional tests (urine, blood, sputum, chest x-ray). After the diagnosis is established, the pulmonologist prescribes a therapy regimen.

House-call for surgeon

Domiciliary consultation by a surgeon at home allows the patient to receive qualified medical care in a comfortable environment. You can make house- call for surgeon in the following cases:

  • bedsores;
  • treatment of burns, frostbite (not requiring hospitalization);
  • treatment of superficial wounds - dressing, suturing (if necessary);
  • removal of postoperative sutures;
  • treatment of trophic ulcers;
  • opening of hematomas, furuncles, carbuncles;
  • ingrown nail.

The scope of possible surgical care is determined at the patient’s bedside; that is why, when filling an application form for doctor house-call, it is advisable to submit information as fully as possible to the operator for its further correct processing. You can also make house-call for pediatric surgeon for a scheduled preventive examination. During the consultation, the surgeon will assess a patient’s condition, perform the necessary home-based manipulations, prescribe therapy or refer a patient to the hospital for treatment.

House-call for pediatrician

A child’s immune system is not yet fully formed, so kids are more vulnerable to bacterial and viral infections than adults. At the first signs of malaise in a child, you need to contact a pediatrician, since only a doctor can make the correct diagnosis and prescribe treatment. It is necessary to make a house-call for pediatrician if the child has the following symptoms:

  • high temperature;
  • vomiting, dehydration;
  • labored respiration;
  • diarrhea;
  • body rush;
  • severe cough;
  • abdominal pain;
  • drowsiness, apathy.

A home-based examination by a pediatrician is also advisable when it is necessary to conduct a routine examination of a newborn or small child, for whom a trip to a medical center and unfamiliar surroundings can become additional stress. Domiciliary consultation by a pediatrician involves interviewing parents about the child’s complaints, examining the skin, throat, listening to the lungs and palpating the child’s abdomen. After that, the doctor refers to additional tests and according to their results he prescribes treatment.

House-call for pediatric dermatologist

Children’s skin is very delicate and sensitive, and therefore more susceptible to adverse environmental factors (temperature changes, allergens, ultraviolet radiation, chemicals, pathogenic microflora). Dermatological diseases in children proceed differently than in adults, so only a doctor should be involved in their diagnosing and treatment. It is worth making a house-call for dermatologist for a child in the following cases:

  • diaper rash, prickly heat in babies;
  • diaper dermatitis;
  • swelling, itching, or discoloration of the skin;
  • rashes on the skin;
  • appearance of a large number of neoplasms on the skin (warts, moles, hemangiomas);
  • marks of skin scratching;
  • unpleasant foot odor and changes in the shape and color of nails.

A pediatric dermatologist will conduct a domiciliary thorough examination of the child and give parents advice on how to prevent the disease. If it is necessary to clarify the diagnosis, the doctor may refer to additional studies or consultation by other specialists.

House-call for pediatric cardiorheumatologist

A healthy cardiovascular system of a child is the key to the correct development and well-being. Domiciliary consultation by a pediatric cardioreheumatologist is indicated not only for congenital diseases of the heart, blood vessels and connective tissue. Reasons for seeing a doctor are chest pains, unreasonable coughing, blue skin around the mouth and eyes, tenderness and swelling of the joints. It is also recommended to make house-call for pediatric cardio-rheumatologist if the child has had a sore throat or suffers often from respiratory diseases. The doctor will take anamnesis, study the test data, examine the child, listen to the heart rhythm and sounds. If necessary, the cardio-rheumatologist will refer to additional studies (blood tests, ultrasound of heart, ECG, CT and others). After the diagnosis is made, the doctor will prescribe treatment for the child.

House-call for pediatric nephrologist

Kidneys are a paired organ the disorders of which negatively affect the entire body of a child. Therefore, it is very important to diagnose the pathology in time and start treatment before it leads to the development of complications. The reasons for making a house-call for pediatric nephrologist are:

  • discoloration and odor of urine;
  • pallor of the skin;
  • increased or decreased frequency of urination;
  • facial swelling, baggy lower eyelids;
  • swelling of the legs;
  • nagging pain in back;
  • high blood pressure.

Small children may experience anxiety and crying. As part of the domiciliary consultation, a pediatric nephrologist will ask the parents about the child’s complaints, conduct a thorough examination and prescribe treatment or refer to additional tests to confirm the diagnosis (urine, blood, ultrasound or CT of kidneys, etc.).

House-call for pediatric orthopedic traumatologist

It is advisable to make a house-call for pediatric orthopedic traumatologist for a routine examination of a child aged from one month to two years. Consultation by orthopedic traumatologist is also necessary for a child in the following cases:

  • one shoulder is higher than the other;
  • asymmetry of folds on the buttocks and hips in children under one year old;
  • different lengths of limbs;
  • child does not walk well after a year (falls, limps);
  • head is tilted to one side;
  • pain in back or legs when walking;
  • clubfoot;
  • contusion, dislocation, sprain.

During a domiciliary consultation, a pediatric orthopedic traumatologist listens to the complaints of the child’s parents, examines anamnesis and the results of available tests, and conducts examination. Based on the data obtained, the doctor makes a diagnosis and prescribes treatment or refers the child to additional tests (laboratory tests, X-rays, ultrasound).

House-call for pediatric otolaryngologist

It is recommended to make a house-call for pediatric otolaryngologist in the following cases:

  • ear pain, body temperature rise;
  • lingering runny nose, nasal congestion;
  • labored respiration;
  • pain and cramps in the throat;
  • enlarged lymph nodes behind the ear.

It is also urgent to make a house-call for pediatric ENT-specialist if a foreign body gets into the nasal passage or ear of the child. Attempting to remove it yourself could result in injury. During the consultation, the pediatric otolaryngologist will carefully listen to the complaints of the child’s parents, take anamnesis and conduct examination. Based on the information received, the doctor will diagnose and select a treatment or refer to additional tests.

House-call for pediatric allergist

It is recommended to make house-call for pediatric allergist if a child has the following allergy symptoms:

  • skin rashes (urticaria, atopic dermatitis);
  • labored respiration;
  • attacks of shortness of breath, causeless cough;
  • lacrimation;
  • redness and itching of the eyelids;
  • seasonal nasal congestion, clear nasal discharge;
  • loose stools or constipation.

During a domiciliary consultation, a pediatric allergist will collect the child’s history, examine the available test results, and conduct a visual examination. To find out the cause of allergic reaction, the doctor will refer to additional studies (blood tests, urine tests, allergy tests, etc.). Based on their results, the allergist will select an effective treatment regimen for the child.

Domiciliary sampling

The medical center “ON Clinic” provides a service for taking tests and carrying out medical procedures (injections, IV) at home. The cost of the service includes the transfer of the nurse to the home or office, manipulation or sampling of biomaterial for test and the cost of laboratory study. We collect the following home-based tests:

  • complete blood count and biochemical blood test (venous, capillary blood);
  • swabs from the nose, throat;
  • tests for COVID-19 (ELISA, PCR, as well as express test);
  • immunological tests;
  • infectious studies;
  • tests for IgG class antibodies to Helicobacter pylori bacteria;
  • thyroid panel: tests for TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone), T4 (thyroxine) total and free, T3 (triiodothyronine) total and free.

The list of medical procedures provided at home includes:

  • intravenous injections (jet, drip);
  • intramuscular injections.

For domiciliary sampling, a doctor’s referral is not necessary, a patient can take them at will. Medical manipulations are carried out by medical prescription only. To make a house-call for a doctor or to get tested at home, leave a request on the website or call the specified phone number. Our administrators will agree with you the time of the doctor’s visit and answer all your questions.

Available at medical centers:

Doctor house-call in Odessa
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0 800 30 17 30
Doctor house-call in Nikolaev
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0 800 30 77 33
Doctor house-call in Dnepr
ON Lab
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0 800 30 30 17
Doctor house-call in Poltava
ON Lab
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0800 30 30 17