One of the main problems with traditional primary care is the struggle to get a timely appointment with your doctor.
We talk a lot about how concierge medicine benefits people who need better access to a doctor.
What are the benefits of concierge medicine for your children’s primary care? They are essentially the same as the benefits for adults.
When it comes to selecting your children’s primary care provider, you want the very best. With that intention, you may be considering a concierge doctor for their care.
Concierge medicine. Membership medicine. Boutique medicine. You may have heard any of these names and wondered what the difference is among them and what this type of care really means.
Concierge medicine is a form of membership medicine. You pay a membership fee – often payable monthly, quarterly, or annually. The cost of a concierge medicine membership varies between $1,200 per year on the low end to $10,000 per year on the high end.
When searching for a new primary care doctor, you want to find the right fit. Someone you trust. Someone who provides the type of care you’re looking for.
Tina Fey once said “being a mom has made me so tired. And so happy.” Motherhood can be equal parts exhausting and amazing.