Introduction to Direct Primary Care
50 minute new patient primary care visit and introduction to direct primary care. Labs are not included.
This booking includes your initial clinic visit (50 minutes) to establish a relationship with your primary care provider. This visit may address any health or medical issues you may have and covers three months of in-office primary care services. If you choose to enroll in the DPC membership at Brooks Family Care, that will be arranged for an additional monthly charge as follows:
Adult (21 years and over)
Child (0—24 months)
Child (2—20 years)
Brooks Family Care provides a vast array of care for common health problems including prevention, sickness, injuries, and chronic disease management under a personal physician. The membership fee covers a comprehensive annual exam and an EKG for men and women as indicated, ages fifty and above. Routine labs and pap tests for women will be available when needed at a low cost. All routine well child visits each year for children are included in this membership level. Vaccines are not included at this time.
Each additional office visit outside of annual and well child visits will be charged at a rate of $2/minute with a minimum visit time of 10 minutes.
About the provider
Born and raised in Kansas, Curtis is certified as a family nurse practitioner (FNP-C). He received his Bachelor of Science (BSN) in Nursing from the University of Kansas and his Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Pittsburg State University. Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner Curtis spent 5 years as a nurse at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. Curtis’ clinical interests include the utilization of nutrition and other lifestyle factors as a means to prevent and reverse chronic disease, and the overall science of longevity. Curtis and his wife Maggie have a two-year-old daughter, Gianna, who loves digging in the dirt, long walks in her wagon, and Daniel Tiger. Curtis is an avid fan of the Chiefs, Jayhawks, and Royals. His interests outside of healthcare include cycling, reading, and desperately trying to become good at golf.