We're Providing Direct Primary Care in Phoenix from Peoria to Gilbert
Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a new approach to healthcare that gives you direct access to doctors, nurses and other health professionals for a flat monthly fee. DPC is accessible to all: individuals, families and businesses.
Putting the CARE back in Healthcare, One Patient at a Time
Do you worry about getting sick or put off your annual wellness visit because you don’t like going to the doctor’s office? It’s easy to see why when it’s a challenge getting an appointment. And once you’re there, you spend more time waiting than you do with your provider. Or maybe you just feel like something is missing from the experience; that you’re being treated, but not getting the best care.
That’s where direct primary care comes in and why Dr. Kendrick Johnson founded Ark Family Health. Dr. Kendrick became a family doctor because he cared deeply about helping people, but found that the traditional practice models didn’t do that.
Both direct primary care and Ark Family Health take a new approach to healthcare. By paying a small monthly membership fee, you can get access to a family doctor in Phoenix when you need one (and for no co-pay). Because you pay us directly, we can spend as much time with you as you need — whether it’s a comprehensive office visit or a quick question via text.
If you’re tired of feeling worse after a trip to the doctor’s office, then a direct primary care doctor in Phoenix might be just the answer you’re looking for.
You can easily schedule same and next day visits for urgent issues. You also have access to your providers via email, text and video.
We do this because we love people. Come join the family and we promise the best care we can give.
If you need services not covered by your membership, we provide a clear estimate of the cost of additional services before you are billed.
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Direct Primary Care Doctors in Phoenix
Through our two main offices (located in the East and West Valley) and virtual visits (telemedicine), we are able to serve patients across all of Phoenix Metro.