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Austin, TX, United States, 2009/01/27 - WhiteGlove now serves, Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio, Texas - HouseCallHealth.com.
WhiteGlove House Call Health, Inc., a new provider choice in medical care that offers high-quality, affordable routine care at the home or work, announced today that it has expanded service to San Antonio.
Membership in the WhiteGlove service is available to consumers as well as corporations, providing routine medical care at work or home, 7 days a week, 8am to 8pm. “With thousands of members in Austin and Dallas, we are very excited about extending our service to San Antonio,” said Bob Fabbio, Founder, President and CEO, “We began service to San Antonio last month and membership is growing rapidly. One thing is clear, our members love our service! For just a $35 visit, they receive medical care, most of the generic medications that we prescribe on our visit, foods, beverages, over-the-counter remedies, access to their medical information, and more. Not only have we taken the hassles out of getting routine medical care, we’ve also significantly reduced the cost while delivering an exceptional experience!”
In this difficult economy, many companies are faced with lowering their expenses. One of the largest is their health insurance costs. With WhiteGlove’s service, companies are able to lower their claims against their health insurance plans, increase employee productivity, and significantly lower the costs incurred by their employees.
WhiteGlove now serves Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio, Texas.
WhiteGlove House Call Health, Inc. (housecallhealth.com) is a new choice in medical care that offers our members exclusive access to high quality, affordable routine care at the home or work, 7 days a week, from 8am to 8pm.
Our team of physicians and nurse practitioners are committed to changing the way you are treated. We offer an alternative to expensive emergency room and urgent care centers for routine care and provide a refreshing healthcare experience over the hassles and inconveniences of running to the doctor, waiting, running to the pharmacy, waiting, and running to the grocery store - all before you can begin to mend.