About Direct Primary Care 2018-03-13T02:28:11+00:00

What is Direct Primary Care (DPC)?

It’s your opportunity to have access to a personal doctor without guessing games about cost.

When health problems arise, you just want to talk to someone you can trust.

But nowadays, even if you already have a great doctor, you find yourself fighting through umpteen layers of call services, staff members, and covering providers before you can reach the person you want to speak with.  You waste time on hold and have to tell your story over and over, then may not even be permitted to get on the phone with the health care professional you have a relationship with.  You might be required to schedule a visit and wind up paying anything between a $10 co-pay to $300 if you have a high-deductible plan.  Not to mention facing a delay of weeks for the visit, and perhaps spending hours in the waiting and exam rooms before that treasured conversation takes place… only to be rushed through 10 minutes of face-time and asked to schedule more visits to discuss more than one issue.  But who wants to go through all that again?

Does any of this sound familiar?
Direct Primary Care makes it simple to have a doctor again.

In short, DPC is a relationship between a patient and a primary care provider that is unencumbered by the complications of third-party payors.  These would be insurance companies and government programs like Medicare and Medicaid.  When they pay for health care, they also regulate what health services patients have access to.

Meanwhile, 80-90% of the care most patients need can be addressed in the primary care setting, when properly done.

Direct Primary Care practices handle these needs for a fixed, affordable cost — generally for less than a typical cell phone bill, TV bill, or gym membership — without a middle man.

Doctor ↔ Patient.

Plain.  Simple. 


You have questions – we like to educate.  This is a winning combination!
Click here to see our library of Frequently Asked Questions.
Click here to throw your own questions right at us.

Isn’t it worth the effort to find out about saving money while gaining better access to a doctor?

We think so.

Think about it:
With DPC, if you can afford a cell phone, you can afford to have a personal doctor.

All that’s left is to realize you deserve it.

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