New Membership-Based Primary Care Clinic Opens In Sugar Land, TX

First Primary Care is celebrating the launch of their third direct primary care location in the Houston area by giving new members $798 worth of medical services when they first join the practice. Further information can be found at https://www.firstprimarycare.com.

Houston, United States - May 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

In a slightly different approach to launching its third direct primary care location, First Primary Care, a membership-based primary care clinic now also located in Sugar Land, TX has decided it will giving new members $798 worth of medical services when they first join the practice.

New members will get a comprehensive health evaluation with a board certified physician whose primary focus is on chronic disease prevention and overall longevity. They will also get comprehensive laboratory testing, including blood counts, chemistry panels to assess organ function, thyroid screening, urinalysis, diabetes and cholesterol screening, and this is expected to take place for next few months. Or until they reach 600 member patients.

Where most businesses tend to just launch and wait for patients to find them, First Primary Care has decided to be a little more exciting and unique with the start of its newest direct primary care location.

Dr. Geetinder Goyal, Founder at First Primary Care, says: “We wanted to be exciting and unique with the launch of our newest direct primary care clinic because we wanted to do something that’s never been done before.

It should be really worthwhile and we’re hoping it will do a lot of good for the local community and hopefully prevent people from developing a terrible chronic disease. It should go great unless people will think it’s too good to be true.!”

First Primary Care has always made a point of standing out when compared to other primary care clinics in the Houston area. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways it does so.

This is a great chance for Sugar Land and surrounding residents to get their health back on track and have less stress knowing they have access to a doctor anytime, for any reason. And support an innovative local business.

First Primary Care has been serving the Houston area since 2015. To date it has over 60 reviews on Google and all of them are 5-star rating.

The newest location can be found in Sugar Land on Dairy Ashford and Highway 90 near Live Oak Grill.

Dr. Geetinder Goyal also said: “While First Primary Care may not be the only business with this kind of offering, local residents are choosing First Primary Care because First Primary Care is revolutionizing healthcare by giving patients unrestricted, no-waiting access — in person, by text, or video chat — to their primary care physician for a low monthly rate.”

When asked about the newest direct primary care location, Dr. Geetinder Goyal said: “We think it’s going to be a hit because the traditional healthcare model puts up walls between doctors and patients. It’s difficult for doctors to deliver the level of care they want for their patients, and it’s difficult for patients to get the attention they need from their doctors. It’s frustrating for everyone.”.

Further information about First Primary Care and the new direct primary care location can be discovered at https://www.firstprimarycare.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Geentinder Goyal
Email: Send Email
Organization: First Primary Care
Address: 8582 Katy Freeway Suite 110, Houston, TX 77024, United States
Phone: +1-713-280-7991
Website: https://www.firstprimarycare.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 513125

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