House calls are on an as needed basis. House calls are determined by circumstances of the patient due to illness. New patient visits and physicals will always be conducted in the office.
When Dr. Setzer is unavailable a highly qualified doctor will be available for any needs of our patients. The nursing staff will always be available when Dr. Setzer is out of town.
Dr. Setzer is happy to discuss with you which specialist to see, coordinate the consultation, and send pertinent medical information prior to your visit.
A concierge medical practice ideally serves only several hundreds of patients compared to thousands of patients serviced in a traditional medical practice. The benefits of serving a small population means more time devoted to each individual patient so that the care is individually focused, more availability of appointments, 24/7 access to Dr. Setzer
Please call our office to schedule a FREE 30-minute meet and greet with Dr. Setzer to determine if Dr. Setzer is a good fit for you.
Monday through Friday 8:30 to 4:30. However, Dr. Setzer is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to all his patients.
Yes! The membership fee pays for access to Dr. Setzer and all appointments with him. Your insurance covers all medical care delivered to you. For example, lab work, hospital visits, imaging services, physical therapy services, etc.
Some insurance plans recognize the concierge model of medicine. You will need to check with your individual insurance provider to determine if the FSA will cover the membership fee.
There is no copay for office visits, the membership fee covers all office visits with Dr. Setzer
Concierge medicine is designed for individuals and families who want a more personalized doctor-patient experience. If you want longer visit times with a high-quality primary care provider who is invested in your health and wellbeing, concierge medicine is for you.
Yes. Dr. Setzer would now become your primary care physician. Most insurances requires that an individual only identifies one provider as their primary care physicians.
No, Dr. Setzer has many options for patients to pay their membership fee.