Welcome to a vibrant, unexpected wellness experience. Convenient care locations, drive-thru testing sites, and telemedicine on your terms.
A new kind of resource for accessible, affordable healthcare from trusted, certified professionals.
Gone are the days of crowded waiting rooms, daunting hospitals, and cold exam tables. At Rume, we offer care on your terms, where and when you need it, including telemedicine, drive thru locations, and popups. You’ll get quick results and trusted insights. And we’re just getting started.
We seamlessly provide in-person care and telehealth support depending on your needs. Here’s how the Rume process works:
Simply select “Book Now.” Health concerns often need answers immediately, so you’ll see someone as soon as you book.
Meet with your provider via our HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform. Your time is valuable, so your provider shows up when you do.
Depending on your needs, your provider could send a prescription to the pharmacy, recommend a home test, or suggest an in-person follow up at one of our Rume locations.
Follow up with your provider if necessary. If not, we’re here the next time you have a healthcare need.
Rume is growing quickly and we’re expanding our services all the time.
Here are a few key offerings:
2407 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
3001 Main St., Santa Monica, CA 90405
611 N La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069
I first learned about panic attacks in school.
When people had them, their hearts raced, and they feared they might be having a heart attack.
They would tremble and sweat. A lot of times, they felt like they were suffocating.
They had a sense of impending doom and often believed they were going to die.
That's what it said in our textbook, anyway. But privately, I had my doubts.
I wondered if people were just letting their emotions get out of hand.
Or allowing themselves to have a meltdown as a way of getting attention or eliciting sympathy.
That changed in 2017 when I had a panic attack myself.
If we put off making decisions until we’ve gathered all the evidence available, life as we know it would be impossible.
We’d no longer be able to act on our instincts and intuition.
Choosing between competing job offers would require such extensive research that jobs would be gone before we decided.
A task as simple as choosing an avocado at the grocery store could take hours.
We have to oversimplify the world to make decisions quickly and keep moving forward.