Dr. Margjoni doing a check up with an adult woman

What is Direct Primary Care?

Direct primary care is a new,
                                to primary care that is centered around patients.

reinvented approach

By eliminating insurance companies, our physicians can spend less time on paperwork and charting, and more time focused on patient care.

The DPC model also limits a physician’s total patient panel, so that physicians can really get to know their patients better and be more available when needed. Simply put, your doctor is there when you need them.

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LIV Medical DPC

Price transparency: no copays or hidden fees

Patient-centered: access to Dr. Margjoni face-to-face via phone, text, or email

Prompt: same day or next day visits

Preventative: 30-60 minute appointments to discuss healthcare needs

Personalized: Limited number of enrolled patients to ensure quality primary care

Practical: access to low-cost labs, procedures, and discounted medications

Traditional Care

Cost confusion: copays, hidden fees, or extra charges

Obstacles to access: no direct communication with your physician

Inconvenient: difficult to get appointments when needed and long wait times

Hasty: rushed visits with limited problems addressed

Impersonal: productivity and high volume of patients supersede quality care

Impractical: higher cost of labs, procedures, imaging, and medications WITH insurance

traditional care

Cost confusion: copays, hidden fees, or extra charges

Obstacles to access: no direct communication with your physician

Inconvenient: difficult to get appointments when needed and long wait times

Hasty: rushed visits with limited problems addressed

Impersonal: productivity and high volume of patients supersede quality care

Impractical: higher cost of labs, procedures, imaging, and medications WITH insurance

LIV Medical DPC

Price transparency: no copays or hidden fees

Patient-centered: access to Dr. Margjoni face-to-face via phone, text, or email

Prompt: same day or next day visits

Preventative: 30-60 minute appointments to discuss healthcare needs

Personalized: Limited number of enrolled patients to ensure quality primary care

Practical: access to low-cost labs, procedures, and discounted medications