house call


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house call

n.
A professional visit made to a home, especially by a physician.

house′ call`


n.
a professional visit, as by a physician or sales representative, to the home of a patient or customer.
[1955–60]
Translations

house call

n visita domiciliaria or a domicilio, visita a la casa
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This partnership is executed between the company's Evolution Health division and Fundamental Long Term Holdings and Call Doc Physician House Call Services (Call Doc).
The house call doesn't sound so bad, and when you visit the home, you see more than in the clinic.
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Fortunately for the Pooles, there was a local doctor willing to make a house call.
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Now: Lambert is adding house call visits to his RediMedi business, still based in the Eastmont Pharmacy in East Wenatchee.
His humble practice harkens back to a time not all that long ago when family practitioners charged $2 for an office visit and $5 for a house call.
The doctor rang me back quite quickly, but said it was not appropriate for a house call and that I should either take my husband to A&E myself or dial for an ambulance.
James Martin told BBC1's House Call how he used to stamp on goods to save money as a student.
The house call has long been a part of the tradition of family medicine.