The priority and focus of Mobile Medical Care is to keep the patient out of the hospital by providing the highest quality personalized service and care to help the patient recover, maintain stability, and gain independence safely in the home environment; making the in-home care experience the best possible.
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The oldest baby boomers started turning 65 back in 2011, and many of them have already retired. - US News
Watch this video that depicts Lindsey's daily grind to help those patients who can't make it to a doctor's office or hospital.
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Does your loved one need Mobile Medical Care?
Some touching dialog explains the circumstances of these two real life stories of Lindsey's cases. The services that Mobile Medical Care provides are critical to the well-being of her patients. The needs of her patients include aliments such as diabetes, copd, and hypertension (high blood pressure). Many times they go untreated due to the lack of transportation to receive those services, which allow them to stay healthy.
What about payment for Mobile Medical Care?
The overwhelming majority of senior health care, however, is not paid for by seniors. Instead it is paid for by private insurers and government programs like Medicare, Medicaid and the Veterans Administration. These private and public programs pay for most of those costs. This includes the doctors, hospitals, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, prescription drugs and end-of-life care.