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Fearless Caregiver Conference West Broward

A few photos from the Fearless Caregiver Conference in Cooper City, Florida!

Attention House Call Providers

Have your expenses increased, and your reimbursements decreased?hiring providers

Starting a house call practice may seem easy—but to grow it and sustain it is a significantly different issue.

Owning your individual practice may mean that you are always on-call. There are many challenges that the patient health care field presents before a medical provider even gets to see their patients. That may mean having to spend additional time away from your loved ones. The risk of provider burn-out is real.

Maintaining a private practice means you are involved with all the grinds and complexities of the business each day – hiring, personnel management, scheduling, getting medical coding and submitting billing correctly, fighting claim denials, collecting from patients, maintaining business operations, marketing your business & developing growth, credentialing, dealing with technological difficulties and interpreting health care laws. If all of this sounds more stressful than satisfying to you, contact us about joining our team of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants.

In 2021, Mobile Physician Services will be celebrating our 15-year anniversary! Mobile Physician Services is a recognized Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), multi-specialty medical house call practice. Our providers visit the patients in their home, whether it be a private home, assisted living facility or an independent living facility. Our industry-leading house call doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants take a proactive approach to chronic disease management and chronic illness support.

Our providers visit on average six to eight patients per day; schedule may vary depending on location, distance travelled, or whether visiting a private home or multi-patient community. The lower volume allows providers time to focus and deliver the highest quality of care to each individual patient.

Each provider is supported by dedicated teams of office staff, including medical assistants, schedulers, billers, intake coordinators, credentialing, operations, and a business development team.

If you are ready to make a change and get back to focusing on patient care and loving what you do every day, contact us at (855) 232-0644 ext. 4090 or

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Hello 2021! Start thinking about your next Annual Wellness Visit


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Healthy Moments – Weight, Diet & Nutrition Videos

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) Healthy Moments YouTube videos associated with the Weight, Diet & Nutrition



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Having a Healthy Holiday Season






November Is National Caregivers Month



Caregiving Resources [CDC] – click here



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Boo to the flu! Keep Your Family Healthier This Fall

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Flu season is here and the fact is that the flu can be scary; especially for the ones we love most. Everyone aged 6 months and older needs a flu vaccine to stay healthier this fall. Here is why:

  • The flu is dangerous. The flu is different from the everyday cold. It can last 2 weeks or more and cause serious complications such as pneumonia. Every year the flu causes millions of illnesses, hundreds of thousands of hospitalizations, and tens of thousands of deaths in the United States.

  • Getting your flu vaccine is the best way to prevent the flu. Flu vaccines reduce your chances of getting sick with the flu. Studies also show that when getting a flu vaccine lowers your chances of becoming seriously ill or hospitalized from the flu. In fact, a 2018 study showed that getting a flu vaccine lowered a pregnant woman’s risk of hospitalization with flu by an average of 40 percent. Although good health behaviors including proper etiquette for coughs and sneezes can help reduce the spread of flu, experts agree a flu vaccine is the best way to prevent flu.

  • It saves lives and protects those on the frontlines. Getting your flu vaccine could save someone else from getting seriously ill. Babies and young children, pregnant women, people 65 and older, and those with certain medical conditions—are all at increased risk of complications from flu. Getting vaccinated reduces the spread of flu from you to them, which can protect your family members, co-workers, and all those around you. This year, your flu vaccine will not only keep you and your loved ones healthier and out of the medical setting, it will preserve precious resources for those on the COVID-19 frontlines.

Both flu and COVID-19 may be spreading this fall, so it’s more important than ever to get an annual flu vaccine. Flu vaccines are safe, effective, and the best way to prevent the flu. The best time to get vaccinated is before flu viruses start to spread—typically by the end of October. So, don’t wait. Say boo to the flu by making sure you and your family get a flu vaccine by Halloween.

Find a flu vaccine location near you today!



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