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Coverage doesn't equal care.

We are happy to accept you to our practice. Our goal is to make it easy and affordable to get you the help you need whenever and wherever you need it. Membership gives you an all access pass to your doctor through office visits, phone calls, text messaging, email, and even virtual visits. We're happy to see you in person, but we get it. It's the 21st century, so we give you the tools to reach us from your home, the office, the store, or even out on the beach during your relaxing vacation.

Membership at Grants Pass Family Medicine isn't a replacement for insurance that covers catastrophic events, so you may be thinking, I already have insurance, why do I need a membership at Grants Pass Family Medicine? Even with insurance, the out of pocket costs of health care add up fast. A visit to urgent care, lab tests, ER fees, could each cost more than your entire annual membership. And if you have a high deductible insurance plan, you can easily burn through your deductible before your insurance even kicks in. A lot of those costs can be avoided if you have regular access to a doctor who can take care of up to 80 - 90% of all your health care needs. More importantly, at Grants Pass Family Medicine, we want to have a personal relationship with our patients, and give them quality care without the added cost and bureaucracy of insurance companies.
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We treat you like family, not a billing code.

These days most health insurance plans have a significant deductible, often a very large deductible. Your deductible is the amount you spend OUT OF POCKET for medical care until your insurance even STARTS paying. So for example, a $3000 deductible is illustrated below (most deductibles are now $5000-6000): Responsive image

You may spend hundreds of dollars on just ONE VISIT to the doctor when you add in lab tests, imaging, and medications. By having a Direct Primary Care Membership, your expenses for routine and even urgent care are predictable and affordable with a flat monthly fee. All office visits are included in the monthly fee at no additional charge, as well as any procedures performed in the office including the following:

  • joint injections
  • skin biopsies and freezing of skin lesions
  • EKGs
  • breathing treatments
  • women’s health exams
  • well child exams

Your physician is available nearly 24/7 by phone, text or email for DIRECT questions and SAME OR NEXT DAY APPOINTMENTS are available.

Our in-house pharmacy also offers deep discounts on generic medications.

  • Most prescriptions are 90-95% off pharmacy retail prices
  • Antibiotic prescriptions start at approximately $2-3
  • Blood pressure pills as low as $0.30 per month
  • Diabetes medication for as low as $1 per month

Our lab tests are drawn right here and are also discounted. Some examples are:

  • Cholesterol panel $6
  • Metabolic profile $4
  • Thyroid test $5

The monthly fee includes services provided at our office. Labs and medications are an extra cost, as the examples show above. Also, any biopsies or other samples sent to the lab for testing are an additional cost. We are able to provide you with options for DISCOUNTED IMAGING tests if needed as well.

A family physician is trained to provide most of the care that the average person needs. Your employer’s insurance would be used for anything outside of our office (such as specialist care, hospital care, or surgeries) and referrals can be made if needed. With the increase in TIME you can spend with your DPC physician, most patients notice that PREVENTION of serious medical problems becomes easier and more accessible working as a team.

Accepting New Patients

$75 dollar enrollment fee for adults.

Age Cost
Ages: 0-19 $15 / mo
Ages: 20-44 $55 / mo
Ages: 45-64 $75 / mo
Age: 65+ $90 / mo
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Donna Givens, MD

Direct Primary Care

Grants Pass Family Medicine, PC
1837 Nebraska Avenue
Grants Pass, OR 97527
541-476-3000

Donna Givens, MD recieved her Doctor of Medicine degree from St. George's University School of Medicine in 2004. She completed her Family Medicine Residency in Billings, Montana in 2007. She is board certified by the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons.

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