MD Now introduces a healthcare plan

MD Now's DirectCare offers affordable healthcare

The largest urgent care provider in Florida now makes it easier for customers to stay healthy.

South Florida-based MD Now Urgent Care recently introduced DirectCare, a membership-based healthcare coverage plan. With no copay or deductible, DirectCare seeks to make medical care affordable, especially for those who have lost their jobs and benefits during the pandemic.

“Many people carry no health insurance or have extremely high deductibles and the problem has only worsened with the COVID-19 pandemic that put thousands of people out of work and left them without any kind of benefits,” Dr. Jeffrey Collins, MD NOW’s Chief Medical Officer said. “Temporary insurance options can be extremely expensive, so we created an affordable healthcare plan to fill the gap.”

Plan services include physical examinations, vaccinations, preventative health screenings and treatment for injuries, illnesses and chronic conditions. It also covers seasonal vaccines, COVID-19 testing, office visits and more. Patients have access to MD Now’s 50+ physician-led clinics in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Indian River Counties, 365 days a year. Three plans include an individual plan for $99 per month, an individual plus spouse or unlimited children plan for $149 per month, and a family plan including unlimited dependents for $249 per month.

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