Membership includes: Annual visit (including EKG and routine annual labs), follow up visits as needed, direct phone and email access to the physician, and 25% discount on all listed individual services.
To treat Covid-related issues, I use the FLCCC guidelines as a baseline for treatment. Guided by expertise in this area, we will discuss all options so that you can make an informed decision that works best for you and your health.
The quality of care provided by the current medical system is hindered by restrictions imposed by insurance companies and health care corporations. These limitations prevent good providers from delivering optimal care. Health care administrators and insurance agency operatives, who have never cared for a patient, dictate the amount of time and attention providers can give to each person. Even the treatments and prescriptions doctors can offer are determined by these administrators and operatives, rather than the doctors’ own judgement.
That’s why I started a Direct Primary Care and Direct Cardiology practice in order to do what I love to do: take care of people. Direct Primary Care gets rid of the administrators, bureaucrats, and insurance companies, I can focus on what matters: being accessible to my patients, and delivering good, compassionate care to the person in front of me.
The entire corporate medicine structure is built for the benefit of the corporation, not the patient. Each patient visit in the clinic is reduced to a “time slot” and is shortened to the minimum length acceptable to Medicare. The doctor is limited to attempting to sort out the most pressing issue in the time available, rather than truly caring for the patient. There is no time to really get to know the patient, to learn the individual, and therefore there is no time to deliver the best care tailored to the unique person.
Direct Primary Care creates access rather than barriers that corporate structure sets up. Want to see your doctor in the corporate medical structure? The next available visit is in two months. Want to contact your doctor with a question in the corporate medical structure? You can call the office, leave a message, have someone call you back later, leave another message, have the nurse call you back later, and that’s about it.
People deserve better. People deserve to have their doctor give them the time and attention they need. They deserve to be able to reach out to their doctor, and have their doctor respond. They deserve to ask to be seen and get seen in a timely manner. People deserve Direct Primary Care.