Maybe I'm a rarer case, but I learned about direct primary care or DPC years ago. I first heard about it on the radio. When I took the time to listen, it just clicked. Health care that's actually simple, easy, and affordable. Just the doctor and patient. No insurance companies or middlemen. That's it. I've been searching for a DPC near me ever since.
My wife and I, we're fortunate that we don't really need to see the doctor that much. But every so often, there's a small-ticket item that one of us would need to go in for. I'm so glad we signed up for DPC. Our very first visit with our doc, we needed to take care of a very small cosmetic procedure. She [our DPC doctor] handled it right then and there, during the visit. We were anticipating being referred out and going through this whole long process. Nope. And there were no additional fees; it was all covered under the monthly subscription.
I'm a realtor so I've been self-employed most of my career. There are very few affordable healthcare options for people like me. Once you buy health insurance, you're left with a massive deductible. On top of that, you're probably sitting in some waiting room with 6 or 7 people, the doctor is running an hour late, and you're rushed out before you even have a chance to ask a question. It's not even the doctor's fault. The system is just not set up in a way that allows them to spend time with patients. DPC does and I hope more people take the time to listen like I did.
Dave is a realtor who heard about direct primary care years ago. He wanted an easy and affordable health care option that allows him to see a consistent doctor who spends time with him.
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