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From the looks of things, you could never tell this is a low cost medical clinic. Exam rooms are similar to any exam room in town. Even the services provided at Medical Direct Gorski fall in line with other non-emergency primary care clinics. "Minor lacerations, we'll do routine examinations for women. Same with diabetics, COPD, hypertension, what have you," says Dr. Dale Gorski.
Dr. Dale Gorski is a board certified internist and osteopathic physician. He says the world of medicine is changing so much he needed to change with it. And offering a cash pay only clinic seemed like the best option. "We don't take any insurance. It's cash pay. A lot of insurance companies are now requiring a $1,000, $2,000, $1,500 deductible and when they go to see a patient it still costs them anywhere from $150-$200 depending on what they're looking at and we're providing that same service for $75 flat fee."
And it's truly a family practice. Dr. Gorski's nurse, Cathy, is also his wife. And you're greeted by Cathy's sister and husband.