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Inside a 'private emergency room' where people pay $5,000 a year

By Business Insider  
   December 19, 2019

Sollis Health is a private clinic in New York that's staffed 24/7 and equipped to handle most non life-threatening emergencies. The clinic does not take insurance, and instead operates on an annual membership model, where dues run from $1,000-$5,000 a year, depending on a person's age. I visited Sollis's newest location in lower Manhattan, to see what it's really like to go to a "private ER." 

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