DocGo On-Demand Urgent Care in Old Westbury, NY
We Make House Calls
High quality urgent care in Old Westbury, NY that comes to you. Same-day house calls and telehealth available, 7 days a week.
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1. book an appointment in Old Westbury, NY
2. Never again wait at an Urgent Care center – We come to you in Old Westbury, NY
Based on availability, we’ll give you an arrival window and text you a link to track when your Clinician is on the way. We accept many plans including Medicare, with the same or lower cost as a walk-in center.
3. Get better right from your home with DocGo On-Demand
We perform tests for many medical conditions, prescribe medications, and bill insurance. For all of your symptoms, DocGo On-Demand will see you virtually or come to you.
Old Westbury, NY Mobile Urgent Care & Telehealth Service Areas
Whether you live around the Old Westbury Gardens, New York Institute of Technology – Long Island Campus, SUNY College at Old Westbury, Glen Oaks Club, Westbury Union Free School District, and other places, we got you covered!
We treat adults and children in Old Westbury, NY for a wide range of medical conditions including:
We also treat
- Respiratory infections testing and treatment
- COVID-19 testing including Rapid Antigen and PCR (NAAT / Nucleic Acid Amplification Test) for travel
- Heartburn / acid reflux
- Seasonal allergies / hay fever
- Skin rashes
- Headaches and migraines
- Cuts, scrapes, and minor injuries
- Sprains and sports injuries
- UTI / painful urination
- Yeast infections
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How much does it cost to be treated?
The amount that you will be responsible for is determined by your insurance plan. Typically, DocGo On-Demand patients pay a similar or lower amount than they would for walk-in Urgent Care.
If you do not have insurance or are out of network, we charge a flat rate of $199 for house calls and $69 for telehealth visits. In this case, we provide documentation you may use to submit for insurance reimbursement on your own.
What insurance do you accept?
DocGo On-Demand accepts many private insurance plans as well as Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans from the insurers listed below.
We are currently in-network with:
Blue Cross Blue Shield (including Empire BCBS and Horizon BCBS)
United Healthcare (NJ only)
If you are using out-of-network insurance, you will be required to pay our affordable cash pay rate. You may be able to submit for reimbursement directly to your insurer with the documentation we provide.
What if I don’t have insurance?
DocGo On-Demand is available for a flat fee of $199 for house calls or $69 for telehealth if you do not have insurance or prefer to self-pay. Payment will be taken up front via credit card when you request a visit. We will provide an itemized bill for submission to insurance plans.
Who are DocGo On-Demand Clinicians?
All Clinicians are licensed medical professionals. All visits are conducted by an Advanced Practice Provider (an NP, PA, or MD). In some cases, you may see multiple Clinicians, with one at your home and another on telehealth to ensure you have access to the expertise needed to treat your symptoms.
Who can you treat?
DocGo On-Demand provides non-emergency medical care to patients 3 months and older.
How does DocGo On-Demand work?
DocGo On-Demand is a new way to get care on your terms. Unlike traditional telehealth services, we can actually come to you to treat a wide range of symptoms and illnesses. When you request a visit, we may recommend a telehealth visit based on your symptoms and provider availability. You can always request an at home visit if you are in our service area.
Can you perform minor procedures like suturing (stitches)?
Yes, but after assessing your needs, we may recommend you visit another provider. When you request a visit we will ask questions to ensure it is likely we can treat your concern.
Do you do imaging such as ultrasound and x-rays?
We’re pleased to offer in-home imaging services for certain x-rays and ultrasounds to patients in New Jersey through our partner Roshal Imaging. In other service areas, we are able to refer patients to other providers if imaging is needed.
Can you perform lab tests?
We are able to perform some kinds of tests in the home. For more information, please ask while requesting your visit.
Can you test for flu?
Can you test for strep throat?
Can you test for COVID-19?
I need a COVID test for travel, can you do that?
Typically, yes, but we will require up-front payment for the visit. In our experience, insurance does not typically cover COVID-19 testing for asymptomatic patients. When testing multiple patients at the same location, there is a fee for the visit and a lower fee for each subsequent test.