The Georgia Center for Menopausal Medicine and Direct Primary Care
Max Patients in Panel:
Telehealth - Pending
Home Visit - Pending
Free Consultation - Pending
Holistic/Lifestyle Med - Pending
$1000/year or $100 per month
Registration fee: $100
Not Available - free initial consultation
"Pamela Gaudry, MD, NCMP, FACOG, or “Dr. Pam” as she’s affectionately known to her patients, has been practicing in Savannah for 27 years. Dr. Pam has always done her female patient’s primary care (if they desired) since she completed her residency at The Medical College of Georgia in 1993. She is an OB/GYN by training, and in 2007, she stopped delivering babies (due to her late husband’s illness) and got extra training in menopausal medicine and intimacy counseling. Her goal was to help women get through menopause safely, sanely, and well-educated. In January 2018, Dr. Pam opened up The Georgia Center for Menopausal Medicine and Direct Primary Care which is a new type of health-care practice which puts patients first. In this type of practice, the patient must think of healthcare differently – you will be part of her medical family. In this model, the patient employs the physician to be there when they need them – not when it is convenient for the physician to fit the patient in the schedule. This type of medical care was so popular with the women that men started coming in to ask for the same care. So, in October of 2018, Dr. Pam opened her practice to primary care for men. This type of practice has the same benefits as a ‘concierge practice’ without using insurance. At her unique Direct Primary Care center, Dr. Pam offers hour-long appointments in calm, and comfortable setting for women and men to address all the medical issues that they might face. Access to Dr. Pam is 24/7. She will let her patients know via email if she is out of town for continuing medical education, events, or vacations."
"In this medical practice model, a (female) patient contracts directly with Pamela Gaudry, MD, for her personal out-patient gynecologic, menopausal, and basic health care. No insurance is filed. This keeps costs as low as possible. There are not 20 employees at the central business office arguing with re-imbursement and pre-certifications for office procedures. Remember, a physician’s office is ultimately a small, private business."