Now the doctor comes to you.

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Convenient

Skip the frustration of the waiting room and see a doctor in your home, office or hotel in less than two hours.

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Effective

Get personalized attention for you and your family from a board-certified, vetted emergency care doctor.

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Affordable

Connect with a doctor seamlessly through your mobile device with easy navigation every step of the way.

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Using the Pager app

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Request a visit to your home or office.


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A doctor will arrive in less than 2 hours.


For the entire family

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Adults

Get immediate relief when you’re sick or injured.

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Children

Help your child get better, faster with specially trained doctors.

Please call 911 in case of an emergency.

Trusted, board-certified doctors

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Dr. Kim Henderson

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"I believe in treating the whole patient and take a collaborative approach to ensure the highest level of care."

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Profile photo for Pager house call doctor Toko Morimoto of Mount Sinai St. Luke's Israel hospital.

Dr. Toko Morimoto

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"I like to provide down-to-earth medical care where patients can ask questions and communicate without any hesitation."

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Profile photo for Pager house call doctor Michael Tocco of North Shore LIJ Lenox Hill Hospital.

Dr. Michael Tocco

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"I create an environment centered on my patients to better focus on them as individuals and not just symptoms."

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