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Membership Rates





Family (up to 4)*


*Each additional child


A low monthly fee covers sick visits and a yearly physical exam including the once a year labwork prior to your physical and all the other benefits listed under the Services tab. All this for less than you're probably paying for your cell phone bill! Our new approach to primary care allows us to re-invest in our patient's well-being, without the hassle and overhead of insurance companies. Our aim is to position insurance as it was originally intended, for those unpredictable circumstances and unforeseen serious illness.

In order for Dr. Snider to have time and flexibility for each patient, enrollment will be limited to a small number of patients. You or Dr. Snider may choose to stop your membership at any time by providing a 30 day notice and you will be removed as an active patient. If you choose to rejoin, you will be placed on the waiting list for new patients.

Upon enrollment, your monthly charge will be:

Other Services


FREE with Membership

Rapid Strep Test

FREE with Membership

Injections of certain

joints & tendons

FREE with Membership

Skin Tag Removal (up to 15)

FREE with Membership

Skin Biopsy (does not include pathology)

FREE with Membership

Vitamin B12 Injection

At Cost!


At Cost!

Pneumonia Vaccine

At Cost!

Discounted Labs

Significantly reduced lab fees, for example:

Complete Blood Count

Normally $88

We do offer a 10% discount for annual payments.

For example, an individual yearly membership is


Your Cost $3!


Schedule an Appointment

(336) 849-7895

624 W. Main Street
Yadkinville, NC 27055

Pricing & Fees

Let's Talk Insurance

The Direct Primary Care model breaks free from insurance, which means physicians deal directly with patients rather than insurance companies. No copay, no third-party mess, just an open honest relationship with you and your doctor.

Does Dr. Snider accept health insurance?

No. We've decided to step out of the typical frenzied model of assembly-line medicine and have time to love and care for our patients and ourselves. Insurance will still cover labs, imaging, medications or hospitalizations prescribed by our office. This allows us to spend more time with our patients, providing the care and attention you deserve and need. 


Should I still have insurance?

Yes. You will still need insurance to cover expensive, unpredictable, or catastrophic health surprises, but members find that their insurance needs change. So much of the day-to-day medical care is covered in the membership that patients can carry a high deductible or major medical plan or a medical cost sharing plan and save significantly on these costs. When choosing an insurance plan, members discover that Dr. Snider's monthly membership fee is often less expensive than the monthly premium increase for the next level of insurance coverage in the ACA marketplace. 

If I have Medicare, can I join as a patient?


If you have Medicare, you are welcome here, however your monthly membership fee cannot be submitted to Medicare for reimbursement. Medicare requires the patient and doctor to sign a waiver promising that we will not bill Medicare for our services. Medicare and medicare supplemental insurance will still cover medical costs that you incur outside of Dr. Snider's practice. For example, prescriptions that you fill, or hospital charges, physical therapy, x-rays are covered, just to name a few. You do not lose your Medicare coverage for other medical needs just because you are a patient of Dr. Snider.

Does a membership count as insurance for the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?

The membership provides access to care often not covered under many ACA plans. If you combine your membership with a medical cost sharing plan through companies like Liberty Direct, then you will be exempt from the ACA requirement and you will not be fined. 

The membership does not qualify as a stand-alone insurance under the Affordable Care Act, but health plans that combine Direct Primary Care with wraparound catastrophic coverage are provisions of the Affordable Care Act (section 1301 a3, p.58).

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