house call

noun
a professional visit, as by a doctor or sales representative, to the home of a patient or customer.

Origin:
1955–60

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house call n.
A professional visit made to a home, especially by a physician.

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Example sentences
If the gathering is at your house call the mom and explain that she is not
  invited and why.
And some veterinary acupuncturists have even revived the traditional doctor's
  house call.
But, we'll still make a house call from time to time-as long as it's for the
  right reasons.
Not wanting to be caught cheating, they make a house call.
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