We support the work of

GAPNA (Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association)

AAHCM (American Academy of Home Care Medicine)

What is a NP?

(916) 543-1593

Senior Care Clinic Medical House Calls brings home a much-needed service.  We specialize in the care of homebound seniors, with an associated diagnosis of physical debility; dementia; diabetes, cardiovascular disease, palliative care, and other chronic disease conditions. 

About Us

dr. Ron ordona, dnp, FNP-BC 

Medical House Call Provider

A combined healthcare experience of more than 15 years...

Meet the house call providers

Senior Care Clinic Medical House Calls' mission is to provide personalized, high-quality geriatrics medical care in the home environment where our seniors live. With dedicated Nurse Practitioners (NP), in collaboration with the Physician/Medical Director, who believes in working with our Seniors to attain a quality of life at their level of function. This includes medical care in the setting of Private or Retirement Homes, Independent Living Facility, Assisted Living Facility, Memory Care or Board & Care Homes. 

We review and reconcile medications; we prescribe and refill medications according to the plan of care; we co-manage with other members of the healthcare team (e.g. physicians, home health nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers, pharmacists, and others) for ongoing state of health of the client.

See you...

dr. joel mallari, dnp, agpcnp-bc
Medical House Call Provider

Consulting Physicians:
Sarala Ghanapuram MD  (Internal Medicine)
Ravi Chinthakindi MD  (Internal Medicine)
Rajneet Sekhon MD  (Geriatric Medicine)

anquinette cray, msn, FNP-c 

Medical House Call Provider

(On-call Relief)

Here’s a Bit More About Us

NPs are quickly becoming the health partner of choice for millions of Americans. As clinicians that blend clinical expertise in diagnosing and treating health conditions with an added emphasis on disease prevention and health management, NPs bring a comprehensive perspective and personal touch to health care. (Read more at AANP.org)

NPs provide primary, acute and specialty health care, and today are playing an increasingly important role as primary care providers (PCP) for millions of Americans nationwide. Holding advanced degrees and completing extensive acute and specialty care preparation, NPs combine clinical expertise in diagnosing and treating health conditions with an added emphasis on disease prevention and health management to assess patients, order and interpret diagnostic tests, make diagnoses, and initiate and manage treatment plans — including prescribing medications.