New look at healthcare insurance options

June 10, 2009 4:21:12 PM PDT
Find out which option is best for you and your family.

What is Current Health?

Current Health is the antidote to the unpleasant health care experience. We are partners in your health, providing you uncompromised access to world-class physicians.

Disclaimer: Below is information provided by Current Health

Current Health offers:

  • Priority scheduling: same-day office appointments or house calls
  • Online appointment scheduling
  • Urgent care to help you avoid the ER
  • X-rays, lab testing and prescription drug services
  • House calls
  • Day or night, weekend, holidays
  • At home, or at our office
  • Direct contact with physicians via phone, email and text

    Pay for the services you need. Don't pay for what you don't need. Current Health provides you with a simple, prefilled form to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

    Plan for tomorrow:
    At Current Health, you always receive exclusive, personal care from your doctor, a primary care specialist.

  • Your doctor manages all aspects of your care, coordinating specialist referrals, diagnostic labs, and related follow-ups.

  • Your doctor is your partner in wellness, working with you to set goals and create a long-term plan to keep you healthy.

    Always in Touch:
    Live your life! We are the guardians of your health and your partners in wellness. We are here to keep you healthy

    Current Health's exceptional physicians are empowered to apply all of their knowledge and skills to improving your health.

  • We specialize in internal, family, pediatric, emergency and integrative medicine.

  • We have crafted a medical service that acknowledges your lifestyle needs, seamlessly integrating the best of Western and Eastern medicine.

    Website: www.currenthealth.md

    About Dr. Jordan Shlain:
    Dr. Jordan Shlain founded Current Health, then called On Call Medical Group, in 1997 because he wanted to run a medical practice that puts priority on the doctor-patient relationship. During his residency, Dr. Shlain had the opportunity to provide a house call for an elderly patient-an experience that made a lasting impression. He realized he was able to spend the amount of time with a patient necessary to offer the best care in the comfort of the patient's own home. Dr. Shlain found that this unhurried, more comprehensive way of practicing medicine is consistent with the natural instincts of a doctor: being concerned first and foremost with the care of each patient.

    Dr. Shlain is also an assistant clinical professor at the UCSF Medical Center and a medical economics lecturer at UC Berkeley. He is also the Northern California medical director for Lufthansa Airlines, and is on the board of directors for the San Francisco Medical Society. He received a BA from the University of California at Berkeley and an MD from Georgetown University Medical School.


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