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Direct Primary Care is a healthcare model where patients pay a monthly, quarterly, or annual fee directly to their clinician for a comprehensive set of primary care services, eliminating the need for traditional insurance billing for these services.

The monthly fee covers most primary care services including consultations, in-office procedures, and personal communication with your clinician. It allows for more personalized care without the worry of extra charges for each visit.

While the monthly fee covers most primary care services, there may be additional costs for services outside of the provided scope, such as specialized lab tests or referral to specialists. However, these costs are at a reduced rate.

Absolutely! Most members find that Direct Primary Care (DPC) leads to significant savings on their healthcare over time. By paying a flat monthly fee, you avoid unexpected costs and get access to many services that would otherwise be billed separately. Plus, the focus on preventive care can reduce the need for more expensive treatments down the line.

Yes, we recommended that you maintain a high-deductible health insurance plan for services not covered by DPC, such as hospital stays, specialist care, and major surgeries.

No. We do not accept HSA or FSA.

Yes, you can cancel your membership at any time, with a 30 day notice period.