$29 monthly if children are enrolled with a parent
ADULTS AGES 18+
$69 monthly Membership with Nurse Practitioner
ADULTS AGES 18+
$79 monthly Membership with Primary Care Physician
"Dr. Melinda Cail sees her work as her mission field, and she loves the privilege of being involved in the lives of her patients through Direct Primary Care. Dr. Cail is a native of the Edmond area. She attended Edmond Memorial High School and completed her undergraduate degree at Oklahoma Christian University. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 2000 with her MD. From there, Dr. Cail trained at Great Plains Family Practice, where she completed her residency in 2003. She practiced for 2 1/2 years with Integris ProHealth Physicians in Norman, then was thrilled when an opportunity to practice in Edmond presented itself to her. She started work with the Mercy Health Network in January 2006 and practiced there for 11 years. Melinda is married to Rodney Lemons and they have 3 remarkable sons: Abe, Cail, and Drew. She enjoys cooking, singing, and is an avid clog dancer. She loves to travel, especially to the ruined castles of England and Scotland. Actively involved with the Alzheimer’s Association, she was honored to serve as the keynote speaker for the Alzheimer’s Aware fundraising event in 2015. She is also involved with the American Cancer Society as a spokesperson for the battle against colon cancer. Dr. Cail makes an appearance weekly on the Joey and Heather radio morning show as “Dr. Mindy” and is excited for the opportunity to improve the health of those she serves."
"Our Mission is to return to the essence of healthcare Creating a Transcendent doctor-patient relationship. Recently, a study showed the burn out rates among primary care physicians to be in the top five of all specialties. Unfortunately in our current health care environment that is not going to change any time soon. Reimbursements are falling and physicians are being driven to see more and more patients and spend less time with them. Physicians desire to build relationships with their patients, but after a busy day of practice there is no compensation to further connect with patients much less the energy to do so. In a nutshell health care in the primary care setting is broken. DPC involves patients paying a monthly subscription fee to the practice. In return they get to be a part of a smaller patient panel and thus have more access to the physician. They usually can text, email or call the practice 24/7 and rarely have to wait for an appointment. They also get longer visits and generally have a very high satisfaction with the arrangement. We believe that over time, third parties, because of investor and market pressures, have compromised the quality of the patient experience. When you remove those third parties (insurance companies), no longer do we have to serve their demands, but can focus only on the patient concerns. Those third party relationships increase cost and decrease physician-patient time. PHP believes without those third parties, the doctor-patient relationship can thrive. The result is increased patient satisfaction, cost savings and improved clinical outcomes."