Get a Drip
February 06, 2014
Now that the novelty of Obamacare has worn off doesn’t mean there aren’t big changes afoot in the health care market. Just yesterday CVS announced it would stop selling cigarettes as part of its move to becoming a local care provider (don’t worry, you can still buy all the beer and Twizzlers you’d like).
And then there’s the emergence of concierge-style services, like the I.V. Doctor, a Manhattan-based service that will come to your apartment or office and hook up a vitamin- and medication-packed I.V. drip, administered by an experienced, certified nurse.
While the drips are offered to help alleviate flu symptoms or low energy, more often than not, the company’s clients are just suffering from a massive hangover.
“The whole procedure is about thirty minutes long,” I.V. Doctor spokesman AJ Klein told us, “and we’ve had people who were just hurting in the morning tell us they feel ready to run a marathon after the drip.”
You can book an appointment with the I.V. Doctor – services run from $199 to $249 and are available throughout Manhattan.
And if you’re a medical professional looking for something new, the company is hiring big. Get in touch with them here.
Now go forth (and take care of your self).