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Archive for January 2015

What Makes a DPC Office Special?

One of the key differences between a conventional insurance-based primary care practice and a Direct Primary Care practice is the overall structure of the office space. (see the latest update on new location) When you first walk in, you’ll immediately notice a difference: Instead of a large waiting area, we will have a cozy “lounge”…

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Update on the Office Construction

We are getting close to opening day on February 2, 2015! Our office is located at 123 Pleasant Street in Marblehead, MA – in the same building as the Warwick Theater and Palmers Restaurant. We’re located conveniently on corner of the first floor, with an entrance right from the sidewalk. The area has ample street parking,…

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2015 Edition of “DPC Consumer/Patient Guide”

Direct Primary Care Journal is a great resource for news about Direct Primary Care. They’ve just released the 2015 Edition of “DPC Consumer/Patient Guide.” “At about 98+ pages, “The DPC Consumer Guide“ is widely used in physician offices. undergraduate and medical college classrooms, and corporate offices worldwide. More than a dozen of the new entries…

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How to Learn More

You can learn more about Dr. Jeffrey S. GOld and Gold Direct Care at golddirectcare.com or subscribe to our email list. At Gold Direct Care we are working with a team of consultants at MedFirst Partners. They specialize in converting traditional primary care practices into DPC practices. They are thoroughly educated in the DPC model of…

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Direct Primary Care – A Primer

What is Direct Primary Care (DPC)? DPC is an innovative primary care model of medicine in which the physician-patient relationship is at the heart of how medicine is practiced. DPC practices offer a full range of primary care services for a monthly or annual retainer fee paid directly to the practice. How does a DPC…

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