Aspire to better health with Direct Primary Care.
Patient + Physician – Insurance = Better Health Care
Aspire Health, is based on a vision to provide quality and convenient health care at an affordable cost.
Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a membership model that replaces the complex and costly billing system of our current insurance-based health care. This allows the focus to shift from billing and finances to personalized health care with no hidden fees, all for an affordable monthly membership.
DPC is not health insurance, it is health care. We do not bill insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid. It does not cover catastrophic events like hospitalization, surgery, etc. Patients are recommended to obtain at least a high-deductible insurance plan or healthcare-sharing plan for emergencies. DPC is a unique concept when compared to the standard traditional primary care model.
* Based on Merritt Hawkins 2022
The first DPC practice started in 1997. There are currently close to 2000 direct primary care practices in 48 states and the number continues to rise due to the numerous benefits. Such advantages include improving the patient-physician experience by providing personalized and convenient access to your physician at an affordable rate. Find a DPC healthcare provider in your area www.dpcfrontier.com.
Direct access via phone, email, text message or video conference
Same day or next day appointments
On-call after hours and weekends for urgent matters
Zero to minimal wait time in office
Small practice size for personalized care
Extended office visits
(minimal 30 minutes or longer)
Personal relationship with your doctor
Monthly membership of less than $135 per month
(dependent on age)
(labs, medications & imaging)
Caring for pediatric and adult patients with general, acute, and chronic medical issues.
Combining complementary therapies with conventional medical treatments.
Determining how and why illness occurs and restoring health by addressing the root causes of disease. Incorporating holistic care that focuses on caring for the “whole” person -- Body, Mind, and Soul.