Our family fee is $175/month ($150 for single parent); this includes up to 5 family members.
Additional children and out of town students are $10/month.
The registration fee per patient is FREE (usually $75; waived until further notice due to COVID-19) and our monthly fees are based on age
"I graduated from the Medical College of Georgia school of Allied Health Sciences in 2010. I started my career in the field of Emergency Medicine where I found great satisfaction in critical care. I took care of traumas, strokes, heart attacks and anything else that would come through the doors. Emergency medicine is exciting, TV shows make it seem glamorous and other specialties see Emergency Medicine providers as the “cowboys” of the profession. Those exciting moments exist but less often than one would think. The reality is that with excitement comes lots of tragedy. I spent countless hours with patients and families in some of their darkest hours. Many times, the questions about what is next would turn back towards the “why did this happen?”, “how did this happen?”, or “what could have been done differently to prevent this?” I realized that many of these tragedies could have been prevented or avoided with better access to primary care. I still enjoy Emergency Medicine but realized I could have a larger impact providing Primary Care; ultimately helping patients and families avoid those dark times in the Emergency Room. It is widely recognized that our health care model is broken. Government involvement has without question driven up healthcare costs and made health insurance less effective. When I came across the Direct Primary Care (DPC) model, I quickly realized that this was a way to put the power back into the hands of patients and providers. DPC effectively cuts out the middle man. There’s no smoke and mirrors or surprise bills. It’s spelled out clearly, cleanly and without unpleasant surprises. Unlike other models that depend on insurance reimbursement, there is no need to hire somebody to handle billing, no need for coders, and most importantly no need to push patients through as quickly as possible. I feel that with Direct Primary Care I can better care for every patient I treat."
"CoFounded by Dr. Edward Boland and Davis Mellick PA-C out of their mutual vision for being able to provide good affordable health care. Following the direct primary care model that was first pioneered in the Augusta area by Dr. Robert Lamberts, they are participating in a system that foregoes insurance companies and returns healthcare to a personal interaction once again. Patients pay a reasonable monthly membership rate and in return they have unlimited visits, access to affordable medications, discounts on lab work and best of all better communication with their provider. Rachel Mellick PA-C is also joining the practice and will be available for regular patient care as well as for women’s health visits. Davis and Rachel Mellick will be providing the majority of the care at the Evans location. They have lived in the Evans area for 8 years together and are happy to call this area home."