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Patient FAQ’s

What is Concierge Medicine?

What is Concierge Medicine?

Concierge Medicine is Personalized Care where a Direct Care Practitioner offers a solution for those who want something more personal and comprehensive. Where a typical Family Practitioner sees 25 to 30 patients a day, your Concierge Physician at Best Life Medical Center will schedule your appointments for 30 to 60 minutes depending on your needs. You will pay an annual fee in exchange for more time with your physician & a better handle on your health. This model allows your physician to shift their focus from disease treatment to health optimization. Concierge Medicine is a blend of old fashioned medicine where you have a relationship with your doctor paid for in the form of a membership. For patients who live outside the area, there is a fee for service consultation option available. While Best Life Medical Center does not accept insurance, you may use your insurance for labs, diagnostics and prescription services.

Insurance

Concierge medicine model is structured where you pay an annual fee. New patients may choose to schedule a consultation for an initial fee before joining.

You have the option to pay monthly installments on annual fees. Consultations fees may be applied to membership fees if the decision to join is made within thirty days of the consultation.

You may use your insurance for labs, diagnostics and prescription services. Please contact your insurance provider to determine what services are covered under your plan.

Insurance

What to expect at your first visit ?

What to expect at your first visit ?

New patients are given a full 60 minute appointment with Dr. Campbell where he will provide a comprehensive review of your lab work, review your questionnaire, medical history and address your concerns.

You will need to complete your new patient health questionnaire in advance of your appointment.

Our staff may request your medical records in advance.

When we schedule your appointment, our staff will make an appointment for your initial lab work as well. If you are not local, our staff will make arrangements to have a phlebotomist from your area come to you.

Your blood work must be completed one week prior to your scheduled appointment in order to allow time for the lab to process and deliver all results to Dr. Campbell.

Dr. Campbell will review all of your lab results with you on your first visit. If your labs are not done, you will need to reschedule your appointment.