Other self-pay or ``concierge`` doctors offer personal healthcare, but DPC is affordable for anyone, as it should be.


We order your medications wholesale to save you money & time! Pick your medications up from our office.


If you can afford a smartphone, you can afford to invest in high quality, convenient healthcare.


Now you can finally access your doctor, directly, by phone, text, email and office visits without a wait.

What is Direct Primary Care?

In a traditional primary care practice, office visits are expensive, with most of the cost attributable to administrative overhead, due to burdensome insurance paperwork and government regulations.  Paying a membership fee to your physician allows him/her to limit the patient panel, and thus spend more time with you at your appointment and interact with you via email and phone.



  • Low Membership Fees
  • Prescriptions at Wholesale Pricing
  • No Co-pays
  • Discounted Fees for Outside Services

Benefits of Direct Primary Care

  • Same or next day, relaxed office appointments

  • No wait time at the office

  • Basic labs, EKG and minor skin procedures included

  • Visits as long as necessary

  • Home visits and flexible hours as needed

  • Access to your doctor via phone, email and text

  • Nutrition classes

  • Focus on wellness

  • Annual detailed wellness evaluations

  • 1 year – baseline basic labs/physical

  • Newborn and well-child checkups

  • Sports and school physicals

  • Other labs and prescriptions offered at wholesale prices

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@dpcalliance @DrRobDPC @misterchambo I’d just love them not to lock me into accepting Medicare at one job because I do at another. I could save patients significant money by NOT billing their Medicare!

All 5 of these complaints are addressed by #DPC Top 5 Patient Complaints About Medical Offices | Kareo

@rlamartini @AmaraAdvocate @LelenaPeacock @Deeenst @DanCiccarone @StefanKertesz This is NOT true. Most people with addiction DO recover, it's just that we look at a very skewed sample. Look at data from NESARC or other population (not treatment or prison) samples & you'll see that not only do most people recover, most do so WITHOUT treatment.

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