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Nearly 3,000 Patients Treated in the Comfort and Safety of Their Own Homes

Established As Trusted Urgent Care Partner For Numerous Families in “New Normal

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 8, 2021) | Six months in, and community-focused, in-home healthcare business Medical House Calls is celebrating explosive growth. Since launching in September 2020 in the middle of a global pandemic, Medical House Calls has served nearly 3,000 patients throughout Middle Tennessee, all in the comfort and safety of their own homes. In addition, their team has also administered more than 4,000 COVID tests and offered treatment, as needed, for numerous positive cases.

After stepping up to assist patients in the fight against COVID-19, Medical House Calls has now become a trusted partner for many families. It also provides urgent care needs, braces, stitches, strep tests, and treatment for common sinus infections. We specialize in urgent care, IV hydration therapy, and an innovative concierge service that offers families access to unlimited medical visits for an annual flat fee. Medical House Calls has quickly become a reliable resource for health care in Nashville and surrounding areas.

“We’re grateful to all the families who have trusted us with their health and well-being over the last six months, and we’re overwhelmed by the response we’ve received to our model built on transparent pricing and personal service. I believe it’s time to raise our expectations for urgent care, especially as we look at the best options for our families during this ongoing time of uncertainty,” remarks Medical House Calls, CEO and founder Stu Jones. “If you trust us during a pandemic, we hope you’ll trust us moving forward for your everyday urgent care needs. We at Medical House Calls can treat you in your home for any urgent care needs with total privacy and convenience, giving you what you need when you need it. Why not let this new way of care be routine? We’d love to personally visit with you and your family and show you how a house call can make all the difference.”

With more than 27 years of professional experience, Jones has chosen to take a personal approach with Medical House Calls, exclusively offering in-home visits, all while providing patients with the expertise of an accredited medical professional without the wait times, inconvenience, or impersonal nature of an in-person visit to a doctor’s office or urgent care facility.

Not only is any financial uncertainty eliminated by offering urgent care visits and treatment at an all-inclusive rate of $249, but Medical House Calls’ trained team of professionals provides safe, affordable, and convenient care that prevents patients from having to leave their homes for a doctor’s appointment, urgent care visit or pharmacy pick-up.

Echoing its extraordinary growth, this month, Medical House Calls is rolling out a new website that features expanded concierge services, a monthly blog, and additional resources to aid patients in their ongoing health and wellness journeys.

For a full list of services and fees, please visit For an appointment, call 615-838-2375. Follow Medical House Calls on Facebook @MedicalHouseCallsTN and Instagram @MedicalHouseCalls

About Medical House Calls

Launched amid the global COVID-19 crisis, Medical House Calls is a community-focused, in-home healthcare business serving Nashville, Franklin, and Greater Middle Tennessee. Founded by seasoned medical professional Stu Jones, Medical House Calls specializes in urgent care, IV hydration therapy, and an innovative concierge service that gives families access to unlimited medical visits annually for a flat fee. More information is available at

About: Stu Jones, PA, MPH

Medical House Calls founder and CEO Stu Jones spent a decade working in the ER before transitioning to orthopedics and sports medicine. With more than 27 years of professional experience, he later founded 7 Springs Orthopedics, a Brentwood-based practice with additional locations throughout the greater Nashville area, specializing in orthopedics and physical therapy. Jones is married to Denise, a member of the GRAMMY-nominated vocal group Point of Grace, with whom he shares two sons, who are currently students at his alma mater, the University of Oklahoma.