In the first 36 hours following the offer, half a dozen other Direct Primary Care doctors had joined in the offer, as well as the NaturalFit Pharmacy in Irvington, which volunteered to offer prescriptions at a reduced cost.
JANUARY 27, 2019 | Source: The Hudson Independent
My parents were not certain if they could afford the co-pay for a doctor’s visit,” he wrote on Twitter. So he reached out to other Direct Primary Care physicians under the banner of “Doctors United for Good” with a call to offer free medical care to the children of furloughed federal workers. “All co-pays, deductibles and fees will be waived until the government reopens,” he wrote, adding that if and when families were getting paychecks, they would have the choice to repay him or not.
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