Archive for August, 2011

After Hours With Dr. A

Author: Dr. A

Arguably, two of patient’s biggest pet peeves when it comes to their healthcare are interrupting their daily schedule for routine appointments that inevitably last hours, and not being able to get into the doctor for sudden illnesses and injuries.

It always seems to be Friday at 4:59pm when someone notices those spots in the back of the throat that are the hallmark of strep. Do you suffer until Monday? You try, until the fever and pain really kick in, then you end up in the emergency or urgent care room, and if the wait does not get you, the bill sure will. Emergency care is notoriously expensive. Emergency room on your health insurance plan? Get a quote.

After Hours With Dr. A, Q&A about our Clinic

Author: Dr. A

How about a healthcare clinic open after hours? A place that can take care of last minute ailments, as well as routine examinations, maybe even become your primary physician. That is exactly what After Hours Healthcare, is all about.

Dr. A answers questions and gives examples of his clinic’s services. Emergency room on your health insurance plan? Get a quote.

Can After Hours Health Care be my primary care physician?

Getting Your Adult Children Off Your Health Care Plan

One of the first changes of health care reform (The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) effects people under the age of 26. Previously, once a person turned 19 and was no longer a full time student, he could not be covered under his parents’ health care plan. What this meant is that people in their 20’s often went uninsured. Click here to learn who is a dependent for health insurance purposes. However, effective September 23, 2010 a person can remain on their parents’ health insurance plan until the age of 26. That is certainly better than being uninsured, but it is the most affordable option for parents? Probably not. Compare health insurance rates now. Here is the case for getting young adults their own health insurance plan:

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