A Doctor Home Visit Can be a Better Choice

A doctor home visit is both something pretty new and something quite old. In fact, many people still think of house calls as a somewhat quaint practice that has gone the way of the general store and the telegraph. However, the fact of the matter is that Dr. Michael Farzam and House Call Doctor Los Angeles are on the cutting edge of a new trend in medicine.

The reason house calls seemed like a relic during the last few decades of the 20th century and the first decade or so of this one was the increasing importance of medical technology that was much too large and bulky to be used outside of a medical facility. However, with the ongoing progress in miniaturization throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, it is now possible for a doctor to perform nearly all of the tasks that can be done at an office almost any place where patients are. Dr. Farzam sees people from all walks of life just about anywhere they might happen to be – not only their homes, but at hotels, offices, film locations, and work sites.

Why chose a doctor home visit?

One key element of recovery for just about illness is rest and relaxation. Obviously, sitting in Los Angeles traffic only to end up waiting for perhaps hours in a room full of sick people, is not ideal for someone dealing with an illness. Taking advantage of Dr. Farzam and House Call Doctor Los Angeles means that you can relax in the comfort of your home or hotel room while waiting for the doctor to arrive. On the other hand, you might be a busy person who is dealing with a chronic issue, or perhaps needs a checkup, but simply doesn’t have time to visit a doctor. With a house call doctor, you can work a doctor visit into your personal schedule for maximum efficiency.

Dr. Farzam is a board certified internist, and he looks forward to hearing from you. To get started, contact us at the phone number above or reach out using our contact page. By the way, a visit with Dr. Farzam is often a greatl deal less expensive than might be charged for an emergency room visit.