Giveaway: FREE At Home Check Up With Pager

unnamed (31)In case you missed our Father’s Day Gift Guide, then you probably didn’t have a chance to learn about Pager, an app that brings doctors directly to you in the comfort of your own home.

We just had a chance to try out a visit for ourselves and it was so convenient and easy! Blood work is done on the spot and we were given lots of great and helpful information. After you download the app, simply choose what kind of visit you would like, and someone will reach out to you about booking your appointment.

Pager services range from a health check up, to a urgent care visit, to pediatric visits. To see the range of services offered, visit

When you sign up for Pager, you can enter your health insurance information. Most health plans reimburse for the visit, but check to see for your specific insurance. If you don’t have insurance, the pricing is still very affordable.

Here’s a little more information on pricing:

  • First-Time Urgent Care Visit $50

For first-time patients, discounted pricing covers everything included in a regular visit. Does not include physicals or screenings.

  • Regular Urgent Care Visit $200

Includes any on-site testing, treatments, surgical sutures and first-dosage of most prescriptions. Does not include x-rays or lab tests.

  • Physicals $100

Includes any paperwork needed for office, school or camp approval. Plus, screenings on blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and body.


Bronxmama is offering a FREE visit to try out Pager to one lucky reader. To enter, simply leave a comment letting us know why you think Pager would be perfect for you and your family. A random winner will be chosen. 

For more information about Pager, visit



  1. I personally think it would be great this service would definitely make things easier on my five little ones and myself its hard going for checkups at the doctors office especially when having small children.


  2. I love this!!! It would be perfect for me because limited mobility makes it very hard to get to the Dr. And hubby’s work schedule is all over the place it’s hard to schedule appointments in advance cause we never know how late he may be working on any given day.


  3. I’m thinking about the winter months especially, if baby’s sick the last thing you want to do is take him/her outside. Doctors of the past frequently made house calls, its great to have the option back at a reasonable rate.


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