Direct Primary Care (DPC) is membership-based healthcare that gives you high quality, convenient, and affordable care by reinventing the doctor's office and focusing on what is best for you.
You pay a low monthly fee directly to your doctor and eliminate the extra costs and restrictions imposed by insurance companies.
Your doctor gives you comprehensive primary care with easy access, and no copays or hidden costs, making it easier to get good care.
With better primary care, you can save your insurance for major health issues, drastically lowering your out of pocket expenses.
In traditional primary care, patients save medical questions and health concerns for a single visit because getting in to see the doctor is difficult and expensive. This leads to subpar healthcare.
When there is no extra cost to see your doctor, you will seek care quicker, ask more questions, schedule more follow-up appointments, and be more free to focus on prevention.
When patients pay per visit, it forces their doctors to bring them into the office for everything.
With a membership, you can text your doctor, have a telemedicine visit from home, get care while on vacation, and more. Easier more flexible access leads to better health.
Our doctors don't bill insurance for their services and our membership fee is not covered by insurance. This is actually what makes direct primary care work. By keeping insurance out of routine healthcare, we are able to lower costs, see fewer patients, and provide the care that is best for you.
If you do have insurance, you are welcome to use it to cover labwork, referrals, imaging, and more. But, the majority of patients with insurance will find it is significantly cheaper to pay non-insurance cash prices instead.
In fact, if you are one of the many people who does not routinely hit your insurance deductible, our model of healthcare will save you money by lowering your out of pocket costs.
Insurance is great to protect you if you get seriously ill or injured and incur major medical expenses. But, in the same way you wouldn't use car insurance to get your oil changed, we suggest saving health insurance for the big stuff.