This is the second of our three part series on “How to Choose a Concierge Physician.” Here are some more questions and considerations that every prospective patient should ask as you seek the right practice for yourself and your family.
If you think you deserve better health care—and you do—you may have started looking for a concierge medical practice. You’ll discover pretty quickly that not all practices that call themselves “concierge” are alike.
The phrase “concierge medicine” means different things at different practices, so it can be hard for a patient to know exactly what they’re getting into with a “concierge” practice. Here’s how we approach it:
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