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Direct Primary Care

Direct Primary Care is a medical practice model that has transformed healthcare across the country. It is based on the idea that the patient and doctor are a team of equals with the shared focus of helping the patient reach their healthcare goals.

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We want our patients to have a personal relationship with their personal physician.

That’s why at Duke City Healthcare, instead of managing 2,500 or more patients per physician, we limit our practice to only 500. This enables us to spend more quality time with each of our patients and provide a significantly higher level of personalized medical care.

Because we believe that the best medical treatment comes from one-on-one interactions with our patients, we’ve eliminated the intrusive regulations of insurance companies.

As a member of our Direct Primary Care program, you'll enjoy:

Personalized Care Tailored to You

Your physician will know your healthcare story, inside and out.

Same Day Scheduling

Our patients experience little to no wait times to get in to see their doctor.   

Easy Access to Your Physician

We provide you with your doctor’s cell phone number so you can quickly get answers to any healthcare questions you may have.

Inexpensive & Direct Service

We work directly with you instead of hassling with the insurance companies.

Quality Time With Your Doctor

As one of only about 500 patients, you’ll have more time with your physician to have your questions answered and your health concerns addressed. Extended visits of up to an hour are available.   

Monthly Membership Fees

We have four membership options available for our patients. Each option is based on the level of care you would like to receive, and whether you would like to include EvexiPEL bio-identical hormone therapy as a part of your treatment plan. With no surprise hidden fees or complicated invoices, our fee structure is transparent and easy to understand.

OPTION 1: Monthly Membership with Direct Primary Care and EvexiPEL BHRT

Individual: $65/month
Couples: $125/month
Family: $130/month (includes parents and dependent children 22 years old and younger)
Single Parent Family: $75/month (includes parents and dependent children 22 years old and younger)

No procedure fee for EvexiPEL pelleting. Patients responsible for paying for the pellet cost:
Females – $325
Males – $625/$725

No co-pays, deductibles, or insurance accepted.

Labs: Monthly membership includes one free complete set of labs per year. This lab set includes cholesterol, diabetic screening, hormone labs and basic annual labs.

OPTION 2: Monthly Membership with Direct Primary Care only

Individual: $65/month
Couples: $125/month
Family $135/month (includes parents and 1st child) + $5/month for each additional child (includes dependent children 22 years old and younger)
Single Parent Family $65 + $5/month for each child

No co-pays, No deductibles, No insurance accepted.

Labs: Monthly membership includes one free complete set of labs per year. This lab set includes cholesterol, diabetic screening, hormone labs and basic annual labs.

OPTION 3: EvexiPEL Only, No Monthly Membership

1st-time EvexiPEL pelleting:
• $100 procedure
• Plus the cost of pelleting (Females – $325, Males – $625/$725)

Repeat EvexiPEL pelleting:
•  $75 procedure cost
• Plus the cost of pelleting cost (Females – $325, Males – $625/$725)

No co-pays, deductibles, or insurance accepted.

OPTION 4: No EvexiPEL, No Monthly Membership

Single Visit Rate: $200 per visit for non-members.

No co-pays, deductibles, or insurance accepted.

Ready to become a member of our Direct Primary Care program?

Still have questions?

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions to get answers to these questions and more:

  • What is Direct Primary Care?
  • Is Concierge Medicine the same as Direct Primary Care?
  • What sets Duke City Healthcare apart from other practices?
  • Will I benefit from Direct Primary Care if I don’t require frequent medical attention?
  • Can children become members?
  • What happens if you need medical attention while you are away from home?
  • What happens if you need to go to the hospital?