Medical Professionals Making House Calls
Direct Primary Care
The DPC model is a practice and payment model where patients/consumers pay their physician/practice directly in the form of periodic payments for a defined set of primary care services.
When you’re sick or injured, stay in the comfort of your own home and let the healthcare professionals come to you! Urgent Care House Calls are available 24/7.
COVID 19 Testing
Results in approximately 12 hours.
A Simple, Affordable Approach to Health Care
When you’re sick or injured, stay in the comfort of your own home and let the healthcare professionals come to you!
Urgent Care House Calls are available 24/7.
Patients also receive a follow up with one of our providers within 48 hours of the original visit, at no additional cost.
Meet Our Healthcare Practicioners
Qualified Quacks’ highly qualified and compassionate healthcare providers bring the medicine to you. Our team consists of Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, and Nurses.
Adrienne B Clark BSN, RN
Adrienne received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in 2007. Adrienne’s areas of expertise include labor and delivery, perioperative services, pain management, and primary care.
Adrienne is mother to three children and one Great Dane. She loves the beach, traveling abroad, and most sports.
Sandra Banks, MD
Chief Medical Director
Dr. Sandra Banks, a board certified physician in both Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine, is the Medical Director of Qualified Quacks.
Dr. Banks received her BS in Biology from the University of Hartford and her medical degree from Medical College of Georgia. Upon completion of residency in North Carolina, Dr. Banks went on to a Fellowship at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona.
Dr. Banks is known for her extensive knowledge and practice of Integrative Medicine. She is mother to a daughter and two dogs. Dr. Banks enjoys exploring new cultures during her travels abroad, cuisine cooking, and is passionate about health and nutrition.
Moshe Usadi, MD
Pediatric and Urgent Care Medical Director
Dr. Moshe Usadi is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and is licensed in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
After graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in History from Yale University, Dr. Usadi headed to North Carolina where he received his medical degree from Duke University Medical School (’84) as well as a Master’s Degree from UNC in History of Medicine (’85). Upon completing his Family Practice residency in Georgia, he practiced primary care in several settings including inpatient, private practice, and an indigent clinic.
Dr. Usadi currently practices ER medicine and is the father of 3 boys and 6 tortoises.
There’s never a good time to get sick but this is the worst. We called clinics and understandably so, the focus is all on COVID-19, so we were turned away. To the rescue: Qualified Quacks (and the people that recommended them to us). Everyone we worked with was responsive, efficient, professional, respectful and they brought humanity to all interactions and services. It felt like a group of friends that went to medical school rallying together to treat you at home. Not having to sit in an uncomfortable ER for hours was priceless. This is what medical care should look like unless surgery, intensive care or constant monitoring is needed.