Direct Primary Care
How Are We Different?
Slough Medical Clinic operates as a Direct Primary Care practice. It’s a new approach to medicine. So, how is it different?
1. Fewer Patients
Did you know that most Primary Care Physicians have between 2,500-3,500 patients? Dr. Slough limits her practice to 300 patients. This means that she can spend more time with you when you need her and keep time open for you to get in when you need to be seen. It also means that when she is not actively seeing a patient, she is able to coordinate your care and research the latest advances in treatments. Your well-being is Dr. Slough’s priority, and the reason for why she does what she does.
2. No Insurance
Slough Medical Clinic does not accept insurance so you won’t have a middle-man in your primary care. Decisions about your healthcare will be made by you and Dr. Slough, without the impersonal management that inevitably comes from third-party payers like insurance and Medicare/Medicaid. Instead, patients pay a monthly membership fee which can save money and lead to better treatment.