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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Direct Primary Care?

Direct Primary Care is a new model of healthcare where patients pay a monthly fee to have access to comprehensive medical care from a primary care physician. This model is different from traditional insurance-based healthcare because it eliminates the middleman and reduces the cost of care.

Is Direct Primary Care covered by insurance?

No, Direct Primary Care is not covered by insurance. However, some patients choose to use their health savings accounts (HSAs) to pay for Direct Primary Care services.

Do I still need health insurance if I have Direct Primary Care?

THIS IS NOT INSURANCE. We highly recommend you maintain an insurance policy, get a high-deductible plan, or joining a medical cost-share/health-sharing ministry in case of catastrophic medical emergency.

What if I need a specialist?

Yes, you can still see specialists if you have Direct Primary Care. However, you may need to pay for those services separately, as they are not included in your monthly fee. Of note, we would like to think that the majority of medical needs are primary care problems with enough time and attention.

Does Direct Primary Care require a long-term commitment??

No, Direct Primary Care does not require a long-term commitment. We only require a 3 month minimum period of enrollment. Cancel anytime.

Can I come take a tour or meet and greet?

Absolutely! Just click THIS LINK to schedule a time to come to the office!

 

Where can I sign up?

Here!

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