At home care
Open until 10pm
Urgent medical care at home
Home visit only
Accepts insurance & self-pay
COVID services available
97 miles away
Insurance is accepted as payment for visits and services at this clinic.
This clinic accepts payment without insurance. Self-pay prices include an office visit charge unless noted. For more details, .
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37,164 patients have shared ratings for DispatchHealth in Mclean on Solv. The overall rating for this urgent care center is 4.8 out of 5.0. That includes NaN for wait-time, NaN for quality of care, NaN for bedside manner, NaN for staff friendliness, and NaN for facility cleanliness. You can read all the individual patient reviews on DispatchHealth’s profile.
You can book a visit with DispatchHealth directly through Solv. The clinic also accepts walk-in patients, however, booking in advance usually minimizes your wait time, allowing you to get in and out of the urgent care quicker.
DispatchHealth accepts Medicaid, Medicare, PPO, and Self pay. Additionally, the clinic is likely in-network for most major commercial carriers including BlueCross Blue Shield, United Health, Aetna, and Cigna. Depending on your specific insurance plan, your out of pocket visit cost will vary. Contact the clinic directly for further details.
Depending on insurance status and whether DispatchHealth is in-network with your specific plan, an urgent care visit to this location may vary. Generally speaking, a co-pay for the visit itself will range from $35-75 with lab tests and other services possibly increasing that total. Without insurance, the self-pay price of a visit will likely be between $100-250 depending on the reason for visit or prescribed treatment plan. Additional services such as lab tests, x-rays, medications, and other services may be additional costs. Please make sure to talk with your provider about the costs prior to receiving treatment.
In general, you may see one or more different types of healthcare providers at urgent care centers. Most commonly your initial intake will be managed by a nurse (RN) or medical assistant (MA), while your exam and diagnosis will be conducted by a physician (MD or DO), physician assistant (PA), or nurse practitioner (NP). For nearly all urgent care centers, however, a physician directs the care provided to every patient.
Yes. DispatchHealth is open on weekends including Saturday 8:00 am to 10:00 pm and Sunday 8:00 am to 10:00 pm.
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We look forward to caring for you in your home.
COVID-19 testing is only available for patients with symptoms.
How to prepare for a DispatchHealth in-home visit: