Click Family Healthcare To Open In Broken Bow September 2020

Click Family Healthcare To Open In Broken Bow September 2020
Click Family Healthcare owner Dr. John R Jacobsen. Courtesy Photo.

Kearney, NE– Click Family Healthcare is expanding their innovative healthcare solution to Broken Bow and the surrounding communities in September 2020. John R Jacobsen MD, a veteran family physician and Merna native, is launching a clinic built on the Direct Primary Care (DPC) model. DPC is a unique and affordable solution for families and small businesses.

Direct Primary Care offers a low-cost monthly cash payment option for direct access to a personal doctor. DPC has seen rampant growth throughout the country, and Click Family Healthcare is the only one of its kind in Central Nebraska. “It is exciting to work directly with patients and form relationships with people. It’s why I became a doctor. Click Family Healthcare allows me to do just that,” says Jacobsen. “No per-visit fees. No nickel-and-dime charges. Basic care services are covered under a direct monthly payment.”

Jacobsen’s clinic foregoes health insurance, which avoids the current bureaucracy and costly fees. By not having to hire extra administrative staff, DPC’s have the time and ability to provide much more personal care at a much lower cost. The Direct Primary Care model has taken hold in several other Nebraska cities, such as Access Family Medicine in Lincoln. Customers of the model enjoy:

  • Monthly cash payments starting at $20 per month
  • Direct access to their doctor, including their cell phone number.
  • Discounts and benefits for small businesses with 5 or more employees.

Click Family Healthcare is currently renovating the vacant Broken Bow Medical Clinic building at 805 S. F. St. For more information about the clinic or the DPC model, visit www.clickfamilyhealth.com or call at 308-708-7631.

About Click Family Healthcare: Click Family Healthcare is founded and owned by Dr. John R Jacobsen, MD. The clinic originated in Kearney and is expanding to the Broken Bow area secondary to the demand of families and small businesses.

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