GetMedCallAssist™ Expanding Immediate Care Mobile Health Service Nationwide

First Call Access to Emergency Trained Physicians

SOUTHFIELD, MI –  GetMedCallAssist™, the only mobile health service that accepts emergency and non-emergency mobile calls without members having to schedule an appointment or wait for a physician call back, is expanding its services throughout the United States to serve the growing need for affordable mobile health solutions.

GetMedCallAssist™ Expanding Immediate Care Mobile Health Service Nationwide


GetMedCallAssist’s ( primary objective is to reduce utilization cost of more expensive health insurance plans while immediately adding benefits to individuals and families. It is the also the first non-insurance health care plan that includes a prescription medical kit allowing their physicians to solve hundreds of the most common ailments without members having to leave their home or office.

GetMedCallAssist was founded by emergency trained physicians and medical professionals in Alaska and Washington. Founder and Chief Medical Officer Eric Stirling M.D., with more than 20 years experience, says mobile health, or mHealth, services like MedCallAssist can be a prescription for America’s ailing health care system.

“When people can talk to a doctor immediately, they realize that GetMedCallAssist is what their health care is missing,” said Dr. Stirling.  “While it does not replace the one-on-one, doctor-patient relationship, studies by the AMA have shown that 70 percent of in-office visits are unnecessary when patients can Call a Doctor First ™; so, it can save time and money.” ===> Continue Reading


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