FetchMD in the News – Fetch MD


FetchMD does not accept health insurance. We are a direct-to-consumer model and do not participate with insurance companies in order to keep our overhead costs low and pass savings on to you. We do, however, accept Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) as accepted forms of payment, in addition to credit and debit card payments. FetchMD will provide a super bill upon request to submit this to your health insurance plan, and which may be applicable towards your annual out-of-pocket deductible.
FetchMD strives to see our customers during the time of day they request. Your preference for morning, afternoon, or evening can be entered through our mobile app. If requests are received after 7 p.m., those visits may be scheduled for the next morning.
Yes, our clinicians may see multiple patients during the same visit. The cost is $119 for the first patient and $65 for each additional patient.
Same-day appointments can be scheduled Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Visit requests received after 7 p.m. may have to be scheduled for the following business day. FetchMD is also available on Saturday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Our clinicians happily take care of patients above the age of 2.
Yes, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners can write prescriptions. Our clinicians work under the supervision of a physician and can examine patients, access medical histories, order and interpret diagnostic tests, diagnose injuries or illness, and provide treatment.

FetchMD in the News

Ranger Health's On-Demand House Call Service Set to Become FetchMD with Official Name Change

Ranger Health, the innovative on-demand healthcare and technology service company based in San Antonio, is officially changing the name of its popular on-call service to FetchMD and expanding into Austin and several other markets in 2018.

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SA on-demand health and technology company expanding to Austin

Responding to increased demand for its FetchMD program, the San Antonio-based health and technology company is taking the on-demand home-health service to Austin.

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Uber-like app for health care wants to bring back the house call

FetchMD claims to have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars for companies with its "house call" app, which can take care of cuts, sprains and the flu for a flat $119 fee. At the same time, it's allowing some medical practitioners to act like Uber drivers — working where and when they want.

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Austin charity offers free flu shots

A local charity took the recent spike in the ongoing flu outbreak into its own hands by offering free flu shots for families struggling financially.

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House call service to expand medical care options in Central and Northwest Austin

A new house call app, FetchMD, is set to expand its service area to Austin beginning Jan. 29. The company, operated by San Antonio-based Ranger Health, allows individuals to set up house call appointments with physicians assistants and nurse practitioners.

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