You can now use any device with the Google Assistant built-in, including smart speakers like the Google Home, Smart Displays, smartphones, Android Auto, watches, and to use the Quick’rCare Symptom Checker, both at home and on the go. Simply ask your Assistant by saying, “Hey Google, talk to Symptom Care” to talk through your issues.
“Our platform is using the state of the art technology. We have invested our time in making sure our technology is sound and that our user experience is overwhelmingly easy.” Raghu Dhulipala, Quick’rCare’s CTO.
You can easily find a facility, reserve your spot in line, and no more waiting at home. The Google Assistant is available on more than 1 billion devices, and Google also says that active users have quadrupled.
The service is not intended to replace medical advice in any way, but to assist people in triaging their symptoms and booking an appointment for urgent care or convenient care locations. Quick’rCare is there to help people at their most vulnerable moments.