We do every day at Prevention First Healthcare.
Do a little experiment for me right now. Pull out your cell phone, call your doctor, and see if you can get an appointment today. See if you can reach your doctor on their personal cell phone. I know that you can’t.
Only at Prevention First Healthcare do we fight for our patients when they are ill every single day, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. When a patient comes in with a potentially serious problem, does your doctor get on the phone with the specialist and spend 30 or 40 minutes discussing the case, determining what is the best plan of care so your time isn’t wasted?
Do they get on the phone and make the appointment personally so that you’re not kept waiting months to see a specialist, months to have a test performed?
We do it every day at Prevention First HealthCare,
and nobody does this better than we do.
My network of relationships spans the length of the East Coast, from Boston down to Baltimore, and sometimes even into Florida. You will never understand how many times a patient will come in with a malignancy and the patient will say, can you get me into Memorial Sloan Kettering? Can you get me into Fox Chase Cancer Center? Can you get me into Penn? And I pick up the phone and through my collegial relationships with the other physicians, I make this happen every single day.
You cannot get this care in any other practices, and I don’t think you can get it in any other concierge practice. I’ve been doing this for many years. I am highly respected in the community. And we have a practice that is thriving with happy patients who are healthy because they receive this type of care.
Unfortunately, no one can predict when they’re going to become ill.
No one can predict when they are going to need someone to fight for them, to find them the best specialist for their condition. This is what we do before you get sick, before you actually need this level of care, join our practice today.
We are there for you when you are healthy, but very importantly, we are there to fight for you- when and if you become ill.
Call us today.215-PREVENT Or see us on the web at 215prevent.com.
I’m Dr. Marc Rabinowitz. Thank you for your attention.
How much is the value of a life? Is the value of a life worth $5 a day? Is it worth a premium cup of coffee or iced tea? That’s all it costs to be a member of Prevention First Healthcare. Sure, insurance is nice when you’re ill, but it’s not getting you into your doctor’s office when you don’t feel well, at least not for three months.
It’s all about access to your physician. When you don’t feel well, you call our office that has live receptionists. Private phone lines are answered immediately. If you need to be seen, it will be theday that you call, not three months from now. Our patients are never told, go to the urgent care because we have no room. If this is the kind of care that you wish to receive- true personalized health care where you’re treated like you’re the only patient in the practice, Call us today at 215-PREVENT.
Fortunately, most doctors are able, hopefully they are affable, but what they are NO longer, is available.
Is your doctor AVAILABLE for you?
At Prevention First Healthcare, our physician, Dr. Marc Rabinowitz, is available for you when you need it! We started Prevention First Healthcare with the notion that we want to be as available as possible to our patients when they need us the most.
Many doctors only have 7-10 minutes to give for each patient visit. Our doctor provides an hour and a half well visit every year plus extended visits for follow up and sick visits. You can get an appointment the same day you call our practice.
There’s a tripledemic this winter of 2022-2023.
If you are not feeling well, it could be Covid-19, the Flu, or RSV.
Call your doctor to find out about testing. If you haven’t received your Covid-19 or Flu vaccines, please contact your physician. They are helpful in prevention the spread of these viruses. The elderly are especially vulnerable with these infections. The tripledemic is easing and even starting to decline overall, however, it’s smart to keep your guard up.
Our patients at Prevention First Healthcare have immediate accessibility to their doctor and appointments if they are sick.
Call 215-PREVENT if you are interested in joining our Bucks County, PA Concierge Medical practice with Dr. Marc Rabinowitz in Southampton, PA.
Preventative medical care is crucial to your good health and wellness. There is no reason to forego routine medical checks and tests. By staying ahead of your health care, and keeping up with your annual exams and tests, you can prevent disease. Four out of the five leading causes of death are caused by chronic diseases that are either preventable or likely to be manageable with regular access to healthcare.
Get access with our concierge medical practice at Prevention First Healthcare, located in Bucks County, PA
The last few years have been very trying for people to see their doctors, or get Access to Your Healthcare Provider, especially during the Coronavirus pandemic. With Prevention First Healthcare, we are accessible to our patients 24/7. Not a day goes by where we don’t get questions about Coronavirus symptoms, treatment, vaccines, etc. And we are here to help answer those questions ASAP. Get access to a medical doctor when you need it.
When a patient joins our concierge practice in Southampton, Bucks County, PA, they are insuring that their healthcare needs come first.
Our goal is for our patients to lead healthy, fulfilling, productive lives for many years to come. And that’s why we put prevention first.
Sign up for Prevention First Healthcare and get Access to Your Healthcare Provider today with Dr. Marc Rabinowitz, M.D.
“Preventative medical care should never take a backseat, even during a pandemic.” Don’t put off your regular medical checks such as mammographies, colonoscopies, dermatological skin checks, etc. The medical community is making every effort to ensure you are safe when you go for these visits.
We cannot let our preventative health take a pass because we’re afraid to go see the doctor.