New York Comprehensive Medical Care Introduces Online Medical Service

New York Comprehensive Medical Care, Long Island’s “premiere Primary Care and Cardiology clinic,” announced today the launch of Pilip Healthcare.

The offering is dubbed as “an affordable and convenient online medical service.”

We’re told that patients will benefit from access to an immediate connection to a doctor within the comfort of their homes, anytime and anywhere.

“Pilip Healthcare comes at a time of skyrocketing insurance costs and increasing difficulty in securing physician appointments,” the company tells us.

With health premiums now, on average, at $500-$1,500 a month and yearly deductibles topping $5,000 or even $10,000 annually, healthcare is often a luxury that many consumers can’t afford. The Congressional Budget Office’s recent report has declared that the new Healthcare bill, if passed, would leave an estimated 24 million more people without healthcare by 2026. The need for convenient, cheap medical care has never been greater.

“Pilip Healthcare is a perfect blend of telemedicine and concierge care, where now you can feel like you have a physician inside your home at any time of day or week,” says Dr. Pilip, Founder and CEO of Pilip Healthcare. “For only twenty dollars a month, patients can have immediate access to a primary care doctor that can treat most acute and chronic illnesses at the moment a person becomes sick. Getting medical care within hours of being sick minimizes sick days, and unnecessary costs associated with ER visits, and in some cases, very expensive hospital stays. We are thrilled to bring quick, easy and affordable medical access to Americans across the country.”

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