Frequently Asked Questions

Direct Primary Care is a health care model that places you, the patient, at the center of everything we do. New and innovative, it makes primary care more affordable by keeping costs low and removing unnecessary expenses associated with conventional insurance or Fee-for-service care. 

Thankfully, no! Insurance is better served for catastrophic health issues, and has only caused unnecessary increase in primary care. We intentionally forego insurance, to reduce these unnecessary costs, and to remove the “middle-man” from your healthcare.

Our patients who do have insurance can still use it to cover costs like labs, imaging, medications, etc.

The Affordable Care Act still holds the individual mandate that everyone maintains a health insurance plan. However, we recommend to moving to a low premium high-deductible plan or a shared care plan.  We’re happy to refer you to insurance representatives who can help assist in customizing a plan for you.

At this time Direct Primary Care membership cost is not tax deductible.

If paid for through an employer’s plan, or through an HRA or FSA, some tax advantages can be realized.

At, this time you can use your FSA and HRA to pay your membership fee. However, Please speak with your plan administrator to see if you can use your HSA account.

Absolutely! The goal of primary care is to keep you from needing frequent medical attention by screening and treating diseases before they become a long-term problem.

Of course! We understand that medical issues can come up after office hours.

We can provide referrals to any variety of specialist. 

We contract with local imaging to provide low-cost imaging solutions. However, we can also work with In-Network imaging facilities.

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