IdealAccessMD is OPEN for your health and wellness needs. For your safety, routine screenings are done for all staff members. Masks are REQUIRED and HEPA filters are used for improved air quality. TELEMEDICINE appointments are also available.
Direct Primary Care (DPC) in Schaumburg, IL
At IdealAccessMD, we believe one of the most important elements of health care is to spend TIME with our patients. The time to listen to your concerns, time to research your symptoms in order to create a care plan that you understand and time to follow up appropriately.
What is Direct Primary Care?
IdealAccessMD is a direct primary care (dpc) clinic. DPC doctors do not bill insurance companies. We have a direct relationship with our patients through a unique monthly membership program.
The model is simple. You pay your doctor a monthly fee which covers you for all of your visits. That means no co-pays and 360° access! You have access to your doctor via one-on-one visits, a secure telemedicine platform, emails, phone calls and text messages. You can usually get into your doctor’s office for same day or next day appointments!
The IdealAccessMD Difference
Comparing Direct Primary Care vs. Traditional Care
Average Time Spent
with Your Physician
30 - 60 Min.
7 - 14 Min.
Average Number of Patient Panel
Average Number of Daily Patients Seen
8 -10 Patients
Average Cost of a Single Visit
One flat monthly fee that includes all of your visits
vs. co-pay per visit
IdealAccessMD offers personalized medical care.
Today’s healthcare environment often does not allow for patients to feel like they have adequate time with their doctor. Patients often complain of long wait times in packed waiting rooms for only a few minutes with the actual physician. In fact, the national average time a doctor spends with a patient is 7 minutes! A visit is often over before a patient really has the chance to talk about why they came to the doctor in the first place! At IdealAccessMD, we are committed to listening to you and to allowing plenty of time for your questions and concerns