What is a Wellness Membership?
Wellness Members get a more personalized approach to Health Care and also have the opportunity to create lifelong health with Preventative Care Programs. With a Wellness Membership, you get:
Access to a Licensed Care Provider in person, phone or video during working hours (8am-8pm CST)
Personal Consultations to review medical history, social history and health conditions. Your provider will sit with you to understand your conditions and health goals (at least once a year).
Up to 4 Visits a month at no additional cost: Additional visits with your provider can help make adjustments to any of your treatment plans and answer any questions that may arise. Your provider is more accessible to you, as a wellness member, and has more time to devote to you and your wellness.
Chronic Condition Care: If you have a chronic condition (conditions that last one year or more and require ongoing attention or limit the activities of daily living such as hypertension and diabetes), Wellness Memberships enable you to receive more personalized, ongoing treatment and program or medication adjustments (instead of just seeing your provider a few times per year). Your doctor has more time allotted to your care and progress.
Preventative Care Planning: Wellness Members receive a more-personalized wellness plan that includes diet, nutrition, supplements, exercise and medications to address disease risks and to limit the risk in the future.
Holistic Health Care: For a holistic approach, your provider will take into consideration your lifestyle, diet, exercise, family history and social history and work with you to achieve your best health.
One Time Consultation Fee: $100
$150/Month for Individual
$250/Month for Couples
$350/Month for Couples with two children
*Monthly Membership Fee includes up to 4 visits a month per person.
*Labs and Medications are not included in this fee
*No Immunizations are available at this time.
*One house call per month is included only in Mobile County, AL.
*Insurance is not accepted but you may submit claims to your insurance company to help pay down deductible and co-insurance.