This seems too good to be true. Is this too good to be true?

No, it's not. Just call/text/email us or fill out the form to find out.

How can this be more affordable than using my insurance if I'm paying cash?

A couple things. First, when you pay a monthly premium for your insurance, that already is likely more than you'll pay for the membership. Second, on top of your premium, you add on copays, coinsurance, and your deductible, and that adds up to even more. Third, you end up paying artificially inflated prices for medications, labs, and imaging, and often you don't know the amount you'll have to pay until you're stuck with a bill weeks/months later. With Direct Primary Care, we're up front about our costs, and our costs are almost always lower than if you were to go with insurance because we have cut out the insurance middleman.

What if I need to see a specialist? What if I need an expensive procedure?

We can refer you! If you still have insurance, we can work with them to refer you. If you don't have insurance, we will work to work out cash-pay specialty visits or other options.

Do I still need insurance?

Yes, you do. Direct Primary Care is not insurance, and it is not a substitute for insurance. You should have insurance for when you need it, in case of catastrophe. However, you shouldn't use insurance to pay for primary care, just as you shouldn't use your car insurance to pay for gas for your car, or home insurance to pay your electric bill. Insurance should be there in case you need it, but you should hope that you don't have to use it.

Can I cancel my membership?

Although it's not recommended, because everyone benefits from good primary care, you can of course cancel your membership.

Is this insurance?

No. This is not insurance.