Concierge medicine (also called direct primary care) provides 24/7 access to your primary care physician. To receive these services, you pay a flat monthly fee.
Dr. Weng and his team offer many preventive and general health care services through the concierge medicine program, including:
A physical exam assesses your health and general well-being. It involves your doctor listening to your heart and measuring your respiratory rate, testing your reflexes, and palpating your organs. They might also conduct gender-specific tests, including a pelvic exam, a breast exam, or a digital rectal exam (DRE).
If you catch a cold or develop a chronic condition like diabetes, your concierge medicine provider can create a custom treatment plan.
Immunizations teach your body’s healthy immune system to identify and destroy potentially harmful invaders like bacteria and viruses. Following an exam and review of your health history, Dr. Weng can determine which immunizations you need.
Lab work involves Dr. Weng taking samples of bodily fluids like blood, urine, and saliva. They analyze these samples in a lab to diagnose underlying issues like vitamin deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, and the presence of disease.
Concierge medicine offers several benefits, including:
Investing in concierge medicine can also improve your health. Regularly visiting Dr. Weng can alert you to potentially serious problems in their early stages when they’re most responsive to treatment.
No. If you enroll in the concierge medicine program at Dr. Weng, it’s still important to have health insurance. If you need to see a specialist or have a condition that requires care that the concierge program doesn’t provide, insurance can help cover these costs.
Make an appointment to learn more about concierge medicine by calling the office or booking one online today.