We Are Temporarily Closed to New Members


In order to take great care of our current members, we are temporarily holding off on adding new members to the clinic.  If you are interested in being notified when we re-open the clinic registration, please call me at 919-258-2443 or send me an email at liz@fischerclinic.com.  


As we move into our second year of practice, we are further developing our preventive and proactive health efforts.  We want to not only help our patients when they are sick, but we also want to help keep you healthy for as long as possible.  

Questions?

Restoring the Doctor Patient Relationship through

Person-To-Person Medicine

  • We provide membership-based primary care that is affordable, convenient and valuable


  • We aren't paid by appointment, so we are happy to handle your requests over the phone or by email, if medically prudent.  In addition to not making you come in for every request, we have virtually no waiting, so you don't spend your time in a waiting room full of sick patients. 


  • We are a patient supported practice and, as such, we do not bill insurance.  We work only for you, the patient, and in many cases we can save you money by NOT being contractually obligated to charge you insurance rates.  We share with you our wholesale prices for labs and testing.  If you have insurance (and most of our patients do) you may still use it for costs outside of our office (hospital, specialists, testing, etc).  


  • We are paid outside of the regular insurance system, but that doesn't impact our relationships with trusted members of the Raleigh medical community.  We partner with labs, hospitals and specialists to coordinate your medical needs outside of our office.  Our goal is to see the whole picture of your health and to weigh in where needed to coordinate and advocate for you.  


  • We provide an unbiased medical advocate to help you navigate the healthcare system.  Unlike some insurance based primary care clinics, we are not rewarded by how much or how little we do for you, so we can take care of you with only your best interest at heart. We hope it feels like having a doctor in the family.   

Direct Primary Care for All Adults

CALL OR EMAIL US:

liz@fischerclinic.com

919-258-2440



Appointments M-F 

9:00am-4:30pm


Dr. Fischer is on call after hours for members

MESSAGE FOR CURRENT PATIENTS:

 

  • HAVE YOU HAD YOUR ANNUAL PHYSICAL?  A full annual physical is included in your membership, so call or email us to schedule if you have not yet been seen for your physical.  Even if you don't elect to have a full physical (I'm talking to you, men), it is important to have at least a yearly check-in so that Dr. Fischer can be aware of your baseline health.  If you don't have any current issues, great!  You can use your physical as a time to set some goals for staying healthy.   

 

  • We will have a Fischer Clinic Annual Meeting and Celebration soon.  Our one year anniversary is March 1st, so stay tuned for the date and location.  

 

  • Join us every Thursday at 3:00pm at the Alexander YMCA for a weekly clinic workout.  If you aren't a YMCA member, the day pass is $10 and gives you full use of the Y for the day.  The class is geared towards patients who may need some extra help with proper exercise movement.  The class is taught by Julia Masserelli, a personal trainer who worked with our wellness participants last Fall.  If you would like the accountability, we will offer a weigh-in at the beginning of the class.  
  •  Coming soon - Quarterly Health Talks.  Join us for informational talks about a variety of health subjects.  We are planning our first talk now and we need help knowing what topics are of interest to you.  Let us know what you would like to learn about and we will make it happen!
  • Possible topics include: 
    • Men's Issues - Ask Your Doctor if ... Is Right for You
    • Women's Health - Issues with Intimacy and Desire
    • What is Health?
    • Labs - What's Behind the Numbers?
    • Supplements - Good idea or waste of money?
    • Aging - Living well longer
    • Nutrition - When did food become so complicated?

UPDATE AS OF FEBRUARY 15, 2017:

In order to best serve our current patients, we are temporarily putting a hold on accepting new members.  


Please call or email us if you would like to be notified when we resume accepting new patients.  


See more information below.