Medical Advice at Your Fingertips with the GreatCall Urgent Care App

disclosure Medical Advice at Your Fingertips with the GreatCall Urgent Care App

Stop Googling your symptoms! Seriously. Even though most of us are apt to seek out medical advice from Dr. Google due to its convenience, it’s not a certified and reliable doctor – a certified quack, if anything! Dr. Google is like a so-called friend that you turn to for advice, yet they make you feel worse instead of better more often than not. Unlike Google, there’s a free app called GreatCall Urgent Care that’s both reliable and has access to certified nurses and physicians with a touch of a button. It also features a medical symptom checker tool that enables you to research your symptoms. The app can be downloaded via iTunes and Google Play.

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The Full Deets: GreatCall Urgent Care App

• Have one-touch access to a live nurse for advice 24/7, who can escalate the call to a board-certified physician if needed.
• Get health-related assessments, general health information, diagnosis or even a prescription.
• Have access to an easy-to-understand medical dictionary.

It’s particularly convenient to use this tool when:

• You simply don’t have time to run to the doctor.
• You need medical advice when your physician or Urgent Care is closed or unavailable.
• You don’t feel totally comfortable discussing your symptoms in person with your normal doctor.
• You want to save money. (The app is free, and calls are only $3.99. Much less expensive than a doctor’s bill or co-pay!).
• You have a quick on-set of symptoms.

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About HilLesha

Welcome! My name is HilLesha. I reside in Evansville, Indiana with my husband, our two children (an energetic, yet loveable 8 year old boy and 21 month old girl), and three parakeets. I've been in the Marketing and Advertising field since I was 17 years old. I launched my first website in 2004, and now currently have four active blogs - Fashion Fling, To the Motherhood, House of Bella, and The Beauty Counter. I enjoy traveling, photography, going on road trips, fashion, concerts, museums, historical places, history, gardening, nature, going to the riverfront, movies, music, vintage clothing, yoga, fashion, antiques, old movies, reading, flea markets, yard sales, bargain shopping, and anything that piques my interest.

Comments

  1. This sounds like an awesome app! I’m always looking up medical stuff, so this should definitely come in handy!
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  2. This would have been a lifesaver for me just a few days ago. Great idea!
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  3. I agree on not looking up your symptoms on the internet- according to Dr. Google I’ve died four times. I need this app.
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  4. Seriously with Dr. Google. I google my symptoms all the time and then get super paranoid that I’m going to die. I need to get this app!

  5. Dr. Google always scares me! I’ll have to get this app.
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