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Welcome to Next Direct!
No Co-Pays, No Deductibles, No Balance Billing



Your employer has provided this membership to our innovative Direct Primary Care (DPC) solution to help you and your loved ones achieve optimal health.  As a valued member,  you now have unlimited access to any necessary primary care treatment you require.   Our DPC model gives you and your family peace of mind, knowing that you have access to our providers when you need them – without any additional consultation fees.    In fact, there are no additional charges ever except for instances when your care requires labs and prescription drugs, in which case, we provide them at our wholesale cost.

Your membership includes:

  • Unlimited office visits without copays or deductibles
  • Greater access and one-on-one time with physicians
  • Same and next day appointments

Complete primary care services including, but not limited to:

  • Preventive care
  • Stress Management
  • Chronic disease management
  • Treatment of sprains and lacerations
  • Dermatology services
  • Pediatric care
  • Women’s health
  • School, sports and workplace physicals


What is Direct Primary Care?

Direct Primary Care (DPC) covers most primary care services including office visits, consultative services, care coordination and comprehensive care management without additional fees.  Patients are encouraged to see or consult with their provider more to stay on top of their health concerns.  Direct Primary Care benefits patients by providing substantial healthcare savings, with decreased urgent care and emergency room visits and a greater degree of access and time with your provider.

Enjoy your membership!

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