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DPC and Concierge Medicine Take Steps Together to Honor Fire Fighters With “Stock the Station” Campaigns Across U.S.

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Two National Healthcare Trade Publications Unite and Enlist Their Communities of Doctors, Staff and Patients in Concierge Medicine, Direct Primary Care (DPC) and Mobile Medical Environments To Help Show Their Support of Community Emergency Personnel By Launching “Stock the Station” Campaigns Across The U.S.

“There is more that unites these amazing and creative groups of Physician’s than divides them. We all must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single community. By starting a Stock the Station campaign in your area, the message of DPC becomes less about about a model and more about helping others.” ~Editor, Concierge Medicine Today, The DPC Journal

“We need to celebrate the charitable efforts these practices provide.” ~Dr. J.B., DPC Physician, Michigan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | Contact: Michael Tetreault, Editor | Tel. 770-455-1650 | editor@conciergemedicinetoday.com

ATLANTA, GA | SEPTEMBER 11, 2018 – Concierge Medicine Today, in partnership with its sister publication, The Direct Primary Care Journal (The DPC Journal), is launching a nationwide community support initiative it calls “Stock the Station.”

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“If a medical practice, Fire Station or Doctor’s office closed tomorrow, what would we do?” said Michael Tetreault, editor of Concierge Medicine Today and The DPC Journal. “Medical providers, Fire Fighters, Police, Good Samaritan’s and EMTs in our community are always there for us. Fire Departments and First Responders safely navigate emergency situations. When they return back to the station, there is no parade or welcome basket for a job well done. Often times, this is a thankless job and their work in unappreciated until it is absolutely necessary. There is a disconnect between emergency personnel, Doctor’s offices and our communities and we need to fix that. It can deflate and de-energize the emergency personnel which we count on to help us in our times of need. We understand that the Concierge Medicine community of Physician’s, mobile medical Doctor’s and Direct Primary Care Physician’s are well-known for engaging in thoughtful and creative ways in their communities. We want to ignite these communities of Physician’s and unite their mission of caring for others by enlisting them to help their communities all across the country and share a list of simple items with their Patients that they take with them to their own local fire stations in their communities and say ‘Thank you!’

Download “Stock the Station” PDF To Learn More…

The staff and Editor’s at Concierge Medicine Today and The Direct Primary Care Journal have put together a PDF document which Physician’s may print off and share with their Patients. DOWNLOAD HERE …

“We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single community. We usually do this in times of crisis yet now we seem to be more separated from our communities and supporters in healthcare than ever. At Concierge Medicine Today, we are committed to identifying and exploring innovative ways to connect Physicians with their patients,” adds Tetreault. “Hospital systems, C-Suite level at insurance companies, clinical research and technology firms and others are interested in what is happening in the field of Concierge Medicine and Direct Primary Care. They recognize these types of doctors as early adopters of strategies and solutions. We can all play a role in helping people and that is particularly what this these Doctor’s are all about.”

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About Concierge Medicine Today

Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) is a news organization and the Concierge Medicine industry’s foremost national trade publication for the Concierge Medicine and Membership Medicine marketplaces. Its website is the online destination for businesses, consumers, physicians, legislators, researchers and other stakeholders to learn about the history of this industry, various business aspects of the marketplace, trends, breaking news and more that drives the conversation that Concierge Medicine and free market healthcare delivery is creating on a national and international level.

To read the latest headlines or register for the October 26-27, 2018 Concierge Medicine Forum, visit http://www.ConciergeMedicineToday.com or www.ConciergeMedicineFORUM.com

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