As we’ve said, Direct Primary Care is a conversation about your health with a physician you choose and trust.  Physicians are healers and advisers.  We are counselors and confidants.  We are not short order cooks.  Primary care should not provide the same service as a vending machine.

Direct Primary Care doctors want to work for our patients while saving them money.  For various reasons, a Direct Primary Practice will be looked upon as a passing niche clinic.  We are not.  We are returning to the way medicine was practiced for most of human history.

So what do we not do?

We are not a pain clinic.
We are not a boutique clinic.
We are not an anti-aging clinic.
We are not a call-whenever-you-want-an-antibiotic clinic.

As healthcare is a conversation with someone you trust, patients need to be able to trust us to tell them ‘no’.  Scripture says “Faithful are the wounds of a friend; profuse are the kisses of an enemy.”  So we want to develop a relationship where an honest and open conversation can yield good medical advice and therapy.