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

  • EKG, minor skin procedures, Urinalysis, finger stick glucose, strep, minor surgery and urine drug screens 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

  • Newborn and well-child checkups

  • Sports and school physicals

  • Other labs and prescriptions offered at wholesale prices

It’s flu/RSV/cold season & time for your friendly reminder that antibiotics don’t help viruses & can, in fact, be harmful. But, don’t hesitate to call & your #DPC doc will determine if you need to be evaluated for possible pneumonia or other bacterial illnesses. ...

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@jwsamuel @feeonline @Free2CareHC @GreenHillsDFC @UnbridledMd @DpcAction @AtlasMD @drleegross @GallaherCaren @misterchambo @feeonline “Basically, every single country with universal coverage also has private insurance,” Gerard Anderson, a professor at Johns Hopkins University who studies international health systems. “I don’t think there is a model in the world that allows you to go without it.”

@robhenneke And even when there is opportunity to have health insurance fully subsidized, many don’t take it because the value just isn’t there

Pt going through extreme stress did NOT relapse. What a privilege to help/watch people turn their lives around while also getting much needed perspective about my petty complaints #treataddiction #DPC #medtwitter #JesusIsWhy

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