Making Healthcare About People.

What is Direct Primary Care?

Genuinely Affordable Fixed-cost Healthcare.

Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a new approach to paying for basic health care services. In most cases, payment for basic care is made directly to the primary care clinic and not through an insurance company.

Some major health plans have also seen the value of the DPC model and allow employers and individuals to adopt DPC plans in lieu of traditional plans.

Direct Primary Care is not insurance. DPC provides access to primary medical services on a per month, membership basis. DPC may be supplemental to traditional insurance programs. We encourage you to take a peek at our Covered Services Menu as well as additional offerings the clinics we serve provide. For complete information, give us a call or bring us up to your licensed broker or insurance consultant.

Returning the focus of Healthcare back to the patient.

Healthcare at a fixed cost that won’t raise your blood pressure.

The goal of DPC is to reduce variability and lower general health care cost. Set monthly per member fees simplify healthcare billing.

Reducing many layers of administration and questions of health plan coverage, DPC returns most health care issues to the physician and the patient.

For years, insurance and health care expenditures have become complicated and skyrocketed in cost. Trips to the doctor have become a financial mystery. Adopting a set monthly fee for employee and personal medical costs allows for more controlled forecasting of expenditures.

Insurance will not be billed for services provided by the Retainer Medical Agreement. The practice provides only the limited scope of primary care services specified in the Retainer Medical Agreement. The patient must pay for all services not included in the Retainer Medical Agreement.

  • DPC is not insurance
  • DPC provides only the limited scope of primary care services specified in the retainer medical agreement;
  • Patient must pay for all services not specified in the retainer medical agreement;
  • Direct Primary Care Agreements with recurring dues may be cancelled at any time and for any reason. You can cancel your membership by providing written notice to us at PO Box 453 Camas, WA 98607 or through our website. We recommend that you mail the cancellation notice by certified mail and keep a record for your files. Or, you may deliver the notice directly to the clinic manager at your membership clinic. A cancellation postmarked at least 5 business days prior to your next billing date should result in no further recurring billing. If less than 5 business days, you may be billed one more time. If this occurs, EverMed DPC will refund the additional billing. To ensure that we have accurate information about the account being closed, we recommend you print and use the online form.
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