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About Direct Primary Care

Benefits of Direct Primary Care?

Unlimited Visits: Access to unlimited in-person or virtual visits.

Extended Appointment Times: Longer, more comprehensive consultations.

Preventive Care: Comprehensive wellness check-ups and screenings.

Urgent Care: Same-day or next-day appointments for urgent health needs.

Chronic Disease Management: Ongoing care for conditions like diabetes or hypertension.

Basic Procedures: Minor procedures conducted in the office.

Access to Labs and Imaging: Coordination and access to diagnostic tests.

Consultations: Personalized healthcare plans and guidance.

Telemedicine Services: Remote consultations and follow-ups via phone or video calls.

Health and Lifestyle Counseling: Guidance on nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle choices.

Understanding Direct Primary Care?

This is healthcare like you've never experienced it. It's like having a provider in the family.

Put simply: your DPC provider is there when you need them.

Are you tired of co-pays, insane wait times and 8 minute doctor visits?

How does zero copays, convenient scheduling options, near wholesale prices on medications and blood testing and have having direct access to your provider? 

So how is this possible? Easy: direct primary care practices cut out middlemen like insurance companies, freeing themselves to provide great care at fair prices. Unlike traditional third party practices that serve the needs of insurance companies, direct primary care is for everybody; most DPC memberships cost less than your monthly cell phone or cable bill, for great care whenever you need it.

Over 250,000 other Americans that have already benefited from direct primary care at DPC clinics across the nation. It's a growing national model. 

A Direct Primary Care Clinic (DPC) is different.

As a DPC patient, you forge a relationship with a provider that knows you. No more scheduling months in advance; your DPC provider is at your fingertips. If you need an in-person visit, you can usually book one the very next day. Your provider will stay on top of your health: running preventative tests, diagnosing you when you're sick, prescribing medicines (and often dispensing them to you directly at wholesale prices — no extra trip to the pharmacy!), negotiating low prices on blood tests and scans, quickly addressing any health concerns or questions you have, and—if necessary—coordinating your care with specialists and hospitals.

How is this possible? By cutting insurance out of the picture. Insurance is fundamentally incompatible with providing comprehensive, compassionate care. When a provider bills your insurance, they are forced to submit an itemized list of each and every medical service they provided. If they don't, they won't get paid. 

In DPC, you pay a flat monthly membership fee, usually around the size of your cell phone bill. You can pay with your credit card—no more clipboards with pages of insurance paperwork.


To read more about the DPC national model:

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