Reasons Why You Should Switch to Concierge Primary Care This New Year

Reasons Why You Should Switch to Concierge Primary Care This New Year

Did you know that, on average, a person who lives in a large metropolitan area waits 24 days to see their primary care physician? And these physicians may see dozens of people per day, allotting only 15 minutes per visit.

If you’re tired of seemingly inaccessible and drive-through healthcare, concierge primary care is the perfect solution. 

To head into the new year knowing that your health concerns will be heard and addressed, Dr. Richard Rawson, along with Ryan D Rowan, PA-CArmanda L Alvarez, FNP-C, and the rest of our team, offers personalized concierge primary care services here at Temecula Medical Group

Here’s a look at just some of the many reasons why our concierge primary care excels when it comes to your all-important health.

Health care when you need it

One of the reasons we decided to offer concierge health care services is that we understand the frustration that comes with having to wait to see your primary care provider. 

Your health is important, and, when you have a concern, you deserve prompt attention.

Through our concierge primary care, we offer same-day appointments whenever possible and, if not the same day, within a few days. You also get 24/7 direct access to our healthcare team for any questions you may have between visits.

Bypassing insurance hurdles

Unfortunately, insurance companies often throw up hurdles that can make access to your healthcare difficult and frustrating.

Our concierge services operate outside your insurance, so there are no unnecessary challenges between you and the care you need and deserve.

Health care as often as you need it

Depending upon your healthcare needs, our concierge primary care services feature three tiers:

Tier 1 — Concierge Prime — Unlimited in-office visits

Tier 2 — Concierge Essentials Plus — 8 in-office visits per year

Tier 3 — Concierge Essentials — 4 in-office visits per year

If you have a chronic condition, such as diabetes, you can opt for Tier 1. If you’re in good health, Tier 2 or Tier 3 may work best for your needs.

Affordable healthcare

Many people think that concierge primary care is expensive, but the truth is that this type of healthcare makes great financial sense for everyone. Our monthly prices range from $59 for individuals to $329 for the family, and these are flat fees that provide you with greatly improved access to healthcare than traditional primary care.

If you use our concierge primary care and combine it with insurance that covers out-of-the-ordinary care, you’ll find that the costs are affordable and often less than self-pay insurance options.

Personalized care

Your primary care providers should have a vested interest in your health, which comes with taking the time to understand your health, goals, concerns, and lifestyle. Through our concierge primary care, we take pride in truly partnering with our patients for better health. Thanks to more access, we hear you, we see you, and we work with you to improve your health.

If you’d like to learn more about how concierge primary care can help you get off on the right foot health-wise next year and beyond, contact us today at our office in Temecula, California, to set up a consultation, or request an appointment online.

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