HD SmartCare

HD SmartCare

500 - 1,000 downloads

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For The Home Depot associates or covered dependents enrolled in the PPO I, PPO II or PPO III medical plan, use this App to find a doctor or hospital in the SmartCare network on the fly. Or
search for Tier 1 (lower cost) pharmacies near you to get the most benefit coverage for your prescription.

The PPO I, PPO II and PPO III plans with the SmartCare network are available in the following

Chicago, IL
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
San Antonio, TX
Houston, TX
Beaumont, TX

Please only use this App if you are in the areas above.

This innovative App – SmartCare Doctor, Hospital and Pharmacy Locator – will help Home
Depot associates quickly and easily locate any doctor or facility, including urgent care facilities, in the SmartCare Network from their Android Phone or device. The App will leverage your current location to help you find a doctor or facility close by. Your search will include the provider’s name, address and phone number and a map showing the location and the distance to the location. This App also helps you find the Tier 1 pharmacies that are closest to you.

The App is free and easy to use. We will soon modify the App to remember the zip code previously entered, thanks to the reviewer suggestion below.

NOTE: Rates from your wireless service provider do apply.

Comments and ratings for HD SmartCare
  • (22 stars)

    by Sherri Blackmon on 10/02/2013

    App does not install or launch from phone..only from google play. Not very user friendly.

  • (22 stars)

    by Steve Freed on 09/01/2013

    Poorly designed. Jusy a front end to web browser. Doesn't remember zip code. Smallest distance is 10 miles. How about 1 mile?. There are no distance units in results. So little attention to detail the description only talks about iphones and other icrap and this is a Android app. Much better off just bookmarking the right pages in your browser and sending this app to /dev/null.