Hardin Valley Open House Tomorrow

Trinity Medical Associates of Hardin Valley will be hosting their monthly open house tomorrow, June 21st, from noon to 1pm.  Feel free to drop by and meet Dr. McColl, Courtney, and Mel.  There will be plenty of opportunity to learn about the Direct Primary Care program and how it often lowers out of pocket costs … Continue reading Hardin Valley Open House Tomorrow

What is DPC?

Direct Primary Care, or DPC, is a model of healthcare focusing on caring for patients first.  Turns out when we do this two really cool things happen.  First, the quality of care improves such that patients get to the see the doctor more easily, get to have a conversation with their doctor pretty much any … Continue reading What is DPC?

The time a 28-year-old MBA told a physician where to round first

What happens when business minds take over the medical care of patients?  Who benefits when decisions are made based on the bottom line and not on clinical care? Trinity Direct Primary Care was built so that patients can always be the center of their own healthcare. Patient care is our passion and we refuse to … Continue reading The time a 28-year-old MBA told a physician where to round first

Knoxville: where insurance goes to die

Recently, various new outlets reported on the spiraling failure of the Affordable Care Act otherwise known as Obamacare.  One of the key indicators of failure is the availability of health insurance in a market.  Several major markets across the country lack more than one insurer from which individuals may choose.   When there is only one … Continue reading Knoxville: where insurance goes to die

300 and counting!

We love to celebrate benchmarks with our patients.  We have a tradition in our parent medical practice, Trinity Medical Associates, where patients are invited to sign a celebratory board when they achieve one of four benchmark goals in their health journey.  These boards stand as constant reminders for them of what they accomplished through hard … Continue reading 300 and counting!

Great turnout for today’s open house

We were so blessed to have a big turnout for this month's open house.  Thank you to  everyone who stopped by and learned more about Trinity Direct Primary Care. If you were unable to participate, please give us a phone call and set up an individual Meet and Greet.  These free visits offer you time … Continue reading Great turnout for today’s open house

Babies are the delight of Spring

Did you know that Trinity Direct Primary Care physicians are board certified in pediatrics or family medicine?  That means all of our physicians are specialists in caring for the littlest members of your family.  We love taking care of infants, babies, toddlers, and children of all ages. Pediatric memberships are only $30 per month and … Continue reading Babies are the delight of Spring

Open House Schedule for April

Trinity Direct Primary Care hosts an open house at each location every month.  Our open houses for this month will be on Friday, April 7th at Trinity Direct of Maryville and Wednesday, April 12th at Trinity Medical Associates of Hardin Valley.  Both will be at noon. Please free to attend to meet Dr. Hone, Dr. … Continue reading Open House Schedule for April

Article: The Root Cause of Health Care Dysfunction

Ever wonder why our healthcare system seems to be in such a sorry state?  It seems like politicians and thought leaders are caught surprised when they try to tackle this situation only to find out how complicated it is.  However, I completely disagree.  I don't believe it is a complicated situation.  I believe we have … Continue reading Article: The Root Cause of Health Care Dysfunction

Can I ask for your help?

Our Direct Primary Care program has grown tremendously since we started in 2016 but there is still a long way to go.  Unlike insurance based physicians, we don't receive new patients just because we are open.  The majority of our new patient members are referrals from current members.  As prospective patients search out our Direct … Continue reading Can I ask for your help?