Stay up to date with the latest news from Physician Housecalls.
Physician Housecalls celebrated its 15,000th patient visit in July with patients at The Mansion at Waterford, an assisted living facility in Oklahoma City.
A health company is expanding Physician Housecalls made it’s way to the Tulsa metro. Since 2012 they have made 15,000 house calls in Oklahoma helping chronically ill patients.
Chickasha-based Physician Housecalls has expanded its services to the Tulsa area. The company now serves 21 Oklahoma counties.
Physician Housecalls, LLC (PHC) has acquired Moore Geriatrics, establishing itself as the largest provider of in-home physician services in Oklahoma. The acquisition will expand the capacity of Physician Housecalls, LLC to serve the growing number of homebound patients who suffer from multiple chronic disease problems.
A growing number of Oklahomans are asking their primary care doctor to come to them. The trend is particularly convenient for younger caretakers, who are often forced to take time off work to shuttle loved ones to doctors’ visits.
On Wednesday, 95-year-old Helen Joslin had her routine doctor’s appointment at her kitchen table in Tuttle. Dr. Joe Witten took her blood pressure, and talked about her pain and mobility.
“I’m getting to the age that I prefer not to drive,” she said. “That leaves me without a way to get anywhere.”