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Common questions regarding primary care membership services.

Question: How do I complete the intake forms if I do not have a computer?

Answer: A computer is optional; you can complete the consent forms if you have a smartphone or device. If you need the technical capability to complete the consent forms or have someone available to help you, that would be great. In that case, we can coordinate with our registered nurse to visit to have the consent forms completed.

Question: What disqualifies someone from being accepted by your practice?

Answer: Ultimately, we want to make sure that the patient is comfortable with their provider and that we can deliver exceptional care to our patients. Our model of care may not appeal to everyone, which is okay. We want your decision for your care team to be what you need/want.

Question: Is there a maximum amount of visits I can receive?

Answer: No. There is no minimum or maximum number of visits that can be made. We visit based on medical needs.

Question: If I am only here for a few months out of the year, can you still be my doctor?

Answer: We do offer quarterly payment options for membership. For an individual: $975, or for a couple, $1725. We do not prorate quarters.

Question: What are primary care member benefits?

Answer: We are an integrative team. We provide our patients with much-needed oversight. We address the whole patient’s needs, not just one ailment. Many community resources, such as mobile lab/imaging, portable optometry/dentistry, and IV Hydration, are available. We’re available to our patients 24/7 for urgent triage over the phone.

Question: I’m not homebound. I still get out and about. I don’t think I need this yet.

Answer: The sooner we get involved, the better. We can help keep you independent/mobile/safe so that you can continue doing the things you love.