FAQS for Individuals & Families
Who is the typical Direct Primary Care patient?
Our patients run the gamut from CEOs to patients who qualify for Medicaid. Some patients see us as their only affordable way to access great health care, while others are happy to pay for a membership in addition to their insurance in order to obtain enhanced primary care and all of its benefits, like long appointments, telemedicine and 24/7 access to their doctor. We take care of freelancers, business owners, state workers and restaurant employees, to name a few of our patient types.
Testimonials from current patients can be read here.
What does the Euphora Health membership fee cover?
It covers your access to your physician during the business day and after hours, discounted lab work, and most in-clinic labs and procedures are included. As a member, your follow-up and sick visits are included as well. Visits can take place in-person, over the phone, or on a video teleconference e-visit (certain visits must take place in-person). We will do everything we can to see members on the same day or next business day. Additionally, plan members get a secure online personal health record, after-hours phone coverage from the physician, email communication with the physician, and coordination of care with specialists. We also act as your guide to services outside of our office and can often help you save money when you access services outside of our clinic.
Is my membership fee at Euphora Health tax-deductible?
How do I join if the practice is full?
What if I decide to cancel?
What costs are involved in becoming a patient?
Does Euphora Health see patients of all ages?
Is there a long-term contract?
Are there any hidden fees?
What is Direct Primary Care?
Why don’t you take insurance?
Why is a Direct Primary Care practice a great option?
Will I still benefit from a Direct Primary Care practice even if I don’t require frequent medical attention?
How will I know if Euphora Health is right for me?
What are your prices?
|Age||Full DPC||Virtual DPC|
|0-19 years old||$39||$29|
|20-39 years old||$69||$49|
|40-59 years old||$79||$54|
|60+ years old||$89||$59|
Can you help with the costs of prescriptions?
What about labs?
What medical conditions do you care for?
- Routine Adult Physicals
- Well Child Visits
- Routine Gynecological Care
- Chronic Disease Management (Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Hypothyroidism, High Cholesterol, Sleep Apnea, Congestive Heart Failure, Arthritis, Allergies, Asthma, GERD/Reflux, COPD/Bronchitis/Emphysema)
- Urgent Visits (Cough, Colds, Flu, Bladder Infection/UTI, Joint Pain, Sore Throat, Headache, Abdominal Pain, Back Pain, Skin Infection, Abscess/Boil, Sinus Infection, Ear Pain, Chest Pain)
- Wound Care
- Splinting of Minor Fractures
- Medication Prescribing
What happens if I need to go to the hospital or see a specialist?
Are my medical records ever shared with insurance carriers, pharmaceutical companies, or government agencies?
What if I need medical attention while I’m away from home?
May I contact Euphora Health after hours? How?
When do I pay for my labs?
If I go to an emergency room or see another doctor, will this clinic take care of those charges?
Is Direct Primary Care like MDVIP/concierge medicine?
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