Primary Care Revolutionized
We’ve joined the nationwide movement to bring the power of health back to you and your doctor.
Today, it takes an average of 24 days to see a doctor, it cost an average of $350 to see a Primary Care physician and you get an average of 13-15 mins with the doctor, yet patients spend an average of 121 minutes for the appointment. The healthcare system today has become complicated, frustrating and expensive.
We have decided to do something about it. We are bringing the power of health back to you and your doctor with fixed cost, un-rushed visits, the ability to communicate directly with your doctor quickly and easily. Taking care of yourself does not have to be stressful. We are here for you and your family.
Direct Primary Care (DPC)
Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a reinvention of the conveyer belt healthcare system we know now. It is a nation-wide movement to create an enduring and trusting patient-physican relationship.
In short, DPC is a membership based model where patients pay a monthly fee for individualized care. Direct Primary Care takes insurance companies and bureaucracy out of the doctor/patient relationship.
How? We do not accept health insurance of any kind. That means less stress, less paperwork, and less interference. In return, you will have no co-pays, transparent pricing, more time with your doctor, more ways to access your doctor and more!
What this means for you?
In addition to basic screening, wellness and preventive care, you also will receive:
More time and attention for knowing your mental well-being
Easy text/email communication in exchange of unwanted appointments
Easy scheduling and appointments
Extended, Relaxed Visits
Full-Access via Technology
Diagnostic and Procedural Benefits @ minimum or no extra cost
Wholesale Lab and Medication prices
Continuity of Care: Even if you change insurance plans or lose insurance, your Doctor stays the same.
Dr. Neesheet Parikh, D.O.
Dr. Parikh is a Bay Area Native. He is a graduate of Silver Creek High School, Truman State University and Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has been playing with stethoscopes since he was a toddler and loves being a doctor. His goal in founding Silicon Valley DPC is to take back his relationship with his patients, and to empower himself to be the doctor he set out to be.
“A physician, though well-versed in the knowledge and treatment of disease, who does not enter into the heart of the patient with the virtue of light and love, will not be able to heal the patient.”
(One of the Founders of Ayurvedic Medicine)
Yale School of Medicine
One of the greatest doctors of all time. He applies a hybrid of high tech with high touch to change the lives of his patients. Dr. Parikh is someone who is born to be a doctor, born to be a healer. He's cared for family member of mine, and helped through some difficult times and I am forever grateful for him.
I trained and observed him first hand in this medical training, and honestly he is the best of the best. He happened to recognize that early his life that gaining a medical degree in osteopathic medicine is going to leverage his personality. Dr. Parikh, who I have known for over 10 years, is an excellent doctor who based his life and relationships on family, community, and virtue.
Dr. Gregory Pecchia, DO
35 years as Family and Geriatric Medicine Physician