How Can We Help?
We can treat everything from a sinus infection to a broken ankle and everything in-between – in a serene and private setting.
We can handle everyday needs from common illnesses to prescriptions, rashes and UTIs.
Our flagship centers are open 24/7 and can handle 90% of what a typical ER treats.
We can send an emergency-trained physician & imaging equipment right to your door.
With MRI, CT, Ultrasound and X-Ray machines on-site, we expedite the path to treatment.
With over 500 of the best specialists on speed dial, we’ll get you an appointment right away.
We provide planning support and find medical care near any place you’re visiting in the world.
Don’t diagnose yourself on the Internet. Call us anytime to immediately speak with our in-center physicians.
We work with your doctors to maintain continuity of care and handle the administrative hassles of healthcare.
Unlimited rapid, PCR and antibody testing as well as on-site testing services for events.
IN-HOME COVID-19 MANAGEMENT
Vital sign monitoring, oxygen support, and daily telemedicine to support at-home recovery.
From a Slip to Surgery
A woman, 70, came into Sollis with foot pain on a Sunday evening after falling on black ice. She was given pain medication, X-rays, a CT scan, and a teleconsult with an orthopedic specialist, who concluded it was a hip fracture. Sollis had her directly admitted to the Hospital for Special Surgery for surgery at 9am the next morning, ensuring that a particularly vulnerable patient was completely taken care of.
Truly 24/7 Care
A 68-year-old man walked in with shortness of breath. Within minutes, he was given lab tests, X-rays, an EKG, and cardiac monitoring, and also examined by a cardiologist—all in-house, after-hours, on a weekend. The cardiologist administered Adenosine and before long, was able to discharge him. Because of Sollis, he returned to regular breathing and went home without ever having to go to the hospital.
Connecting the Dots
A 60-year-old man came in with stomach pain, fever and nausea. Within minutes, he was given a CT scan, medicine for his pain, and a dose of IV antibiotics, all on site. After being diagnosed with inflammation of the intestine, he was discharged, his care was discussed with his primary doctor, and he was connected with a general surgeon who scheduled him for a consultation the very next day. Thanks to Sollis, his diagnosis was much more efficient and his follow-up much faster.
An 80-year-old woman fell and suffered a headache for three days afterward. Within minutes of arriving at Sollis, she was given lab tests and a CT scan. The results were then reviewed by a neuroradiologist. Sollis had the woman transferred to a local emergency room via private ambulance—with a plan from the hospital’s neurosurgeon already in place. Thanks to Sollis, she had immediate access to a neuroradiologist and neurosurgeon during a time when every minute counts.