Travelling to a foreign country means exposure to a new land, new culture, new food, new ambience, climate and a host of other attributes that can take some time to adapt. In so doing, travelers may feel the need for a medical check up with doctor house call visit sometimes.
The same scenario happens in Nepal. A lot of the times, travelers complain of diarrhea or other minor ailments due to not being able to adjust to the local spices as ingredients in their food. Sometimes, it could be a problem due to salmonella, caused by food poisoning because travelers consume street food as they enjoy a lot of street food while roaming around the city while tour in nepal.
In some instances, travelers may receive needful medical treatment according to the symptoms and injury in other medical center or medical care provider, but when they get discharged and return back at the hotel, they may complain of inability to sleep or pain that does not go away. Hence, although these are examples drawn from trend analysis, there can be an array of situations where patients may require a doctor house call visit.
In such circumstances, we can make needful arrangement for our doctor to visit the patient’s hotel / home stay location. You can be assured of receiving high quality medical care service provided by our team of highly experienced doctors and medical staff. The doctor provides the needful medical examination and based on the professional doctor’s prescription the patient may be recommended certain medication, or need for transfer to a comprehensive medical facility that may be triggered depending on the medical complexity.
We provide a full Medical Report from our treating doctor.
No, you do not need to register. You simply call us at +977-1 4444227 / 1 4444228 and request for a qualified doctor to visit you at home.
The doctor will most likely arrive to your hotel or home stay location at the same day you contact us.
Our doctors are all professional and qualified physicians providing house visit service who are scheduled to see patients in their homes.
Yes, an authorized family member, friend, physician, nurse or a caregiver may request a visit.