What is Direct Primary Care?

Direct primary care is a subscription-based alternative to insurance-based fee-for-service family medicine. This revolutionary model of care includes office visits, immunizations, urgent care, routine blood work, ongoing support for chronic conditions, oversight of specialists and hospital stays when needed, and much more — all for one monthly fee that may be covered in full or in part by employers. There are no insurance forms and no copays, and your medical team is always accessible — 24/7.

A Return to the Family Doctor

Before the era of medical insurance, the family doctor was your first call when you or your child had a fever, twisted an ankle, or simply needed a checkup. Your doctor always made time for you, even after hours and on weekends. And if you were too ill to make it to the doctor’s office, a house call was often the next logical step.

DPC Healthcare not only represents a welcome return to this highly personalized approach to primary care; it also incorporates today’s technologies, therapies, and wellness strategies to keep you connected, informed, and inspired to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

DPC Healthcare Advantages

24/7 Primary and Urgent Care

We offer same-day appointments and 24/7 access to physicians and your medical team to minimize costly trips to the emergency room.


No Copays or Insurance Forms

From on-site lab work to chronic disease management, your monthly fee includes a broad range of services. There are no extra costs for primary care services.

One Doctor to Coordinate Care

When specialist referrals or hospital stays are required, your healthcare team continues to serve as your advocate — preventing wasteful duplication of efforts.

Sign Up as an Employer

Adding DPC Healthcare to your benefits package could save you up to 30 percent of your total healthcare costs — while saving out-of-pocket costs for your employees since no copays or deductibles are required. More importantly, it can help your employees stay happy, healthy, and productive, reducing overall absenteeism due to illness.