Matt is always available, always very responsive. It’s so nice to have a healthcare provider available whenever you need them! What a great healthcare model!
— Current Patient, Redefine HC

Removing the barriers, literally.

Direct Primary Care is a rapidly growing healthcare model that puts the patient and the provider together and removes insurance as the middle man.  It's a return to the way things used to be before they got, well, complicated.

Your membership covers many in-office procedures and unlimited office visits in exchange for a small monthly fee. It is a way of receiving more personalized and preventative health care services at a cheaper price than going through a traditional insurance plan.

We don’t accept insurance.  As a result, Most of our patients save money .  As a member of Redefine HC, we can help you find the combination of healthcare and health insurance that saves you money and results in better quality service.

The average amount of face time you get with a provider in a traditional setting is about 8 minutes.  Unfortunately, this has become 'the norm'.  Direct Primary Care allows us to see patients when we want and however long we want.  If you forget to ask a question when you leave, text or call us.  It's that simple.

Problems often referred to an urgent care or ER  (i.e.: laceration repairs, setting of simple fractures) can be addressed in office, saving our patients hundreds, even thousands of dollars.

We have secured affordable pricing for services such as labs and X-rays.  We offer medications at a fraction of the cost.  How?  Insurance does not dictate the price you pay. We do.  Our prices are your prices.  Period.

Our Mission

To provide convenient, highly personalized, quality healthcare while build trusting relationships through transparency.  We aim to preserve the precious commodity we all share…time.


How we do it

A traditional family practice will have a patient panel consisting of 3,000 to 4,000 patients.  Most Direct Primary Care practices focus on serving a smaller patient panel size of around 400-600 patients, allowing for an increased focus on quality and personal attention to each patient.  This, along with removing the barrier of insurance, allows us to focus on the important things.