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Lingering Flu Season Means At-Home Urgent Care from Brentwood to Burbank More Needed than Ever

Dr. Michael Farzam of House Call Doctor Los Angeles is here to bring treatment to patients wherever they happen to be

LOS ANGELES, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- If you find yourself suffering from a nasty flu and needing the kind of personalized urgent care Brentwood residents and people from all over Los Angeles dream of, you'll hardly be alone as this year's unusually strong flu strains have yet to run their course. Thankfully, respected internist Dr. Michael Farzam of House Call Doctor Los Angeles is here to provide a service that many assume remains a thing of the past. If you have the flu or another type of nasty virus, it just might be that the best way to visit the doctor is to let Dr. Farzam visit you in the comfort of your own home.

If you're saddled with a fever, dealing with the stress – and the potential danger – of Los Angeles traffic is obviously not ideal. Moreover, it's a truism in the medical world that one of the worst places to be when you're sick is a doctor's office; an urgent care in Burbank or anywhere else that is full of people with communicable illnesses of their own can obviously be a breeding ground for more trouble. Dr. Farzam's old-school approach to medical service solves all of those problems by bringing medical care to your home, hotel room, office, or just about anywhere else you are likely to be in the Greater Los Angeles area.

It doesn't matter whether you're talking about the kind of upscale urgent care Century City and Beverly Hills residents are used to, there is no better medical office than your own room. When you're sick with the flu or any other virus, rest is one of the most important aspects of your recuperation, and there's nothing particularly restful or healthy about hanging around a roomful of sick strangers. How much better it is to be relaxing in the comfort of your own room while waiting for the doctor to arrive?

There are even more advantages. Dr. Farzam is known as the kind of doctor who provides the sort of personalized one-on-one care many people think simply no longer exists in today's world. He's a physician who prides himself on taking the time to really listen to his patients' concerns and doing whatever he can to help them. The news gets even better because cost-conscious patients will be happy to know that House Call Doctor Los Angeles visits are surprisingly reasonable. Taking advantage of Dr. Farzam's services is often far less expensive than a visit to a standard emergency room.

For very many patients suffering with late winter flu bugs, there is simply no better choice than an at-home doctor visit. For further information about seeing one of the only providers of home-based medical care in the Los Angeles area, please call 310-849-7991 or visit www.housecalldoctorla.com. Dr. Farzam is looking forward to hearing from you.

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