Welcome to our FAQ section where we address some of the most common questions you might have about our services and programs. Whether you’re considering joining our concierge medicine program or seeking specialized care in cardiology or women’s hormone health, we have outlined key information to help you understand how our practice operates. From membership benefits and insurance policies to our telehealth services and state licensing, we aim to provide clear and concise answers to support your healthcare journey with us. Discover the advantages of 24/7 access to Dr. Di Pietro, our commitment to a preventive healthcare approach, and how we tailor our services to meet the unique needs of each patient.

If you want to be a patient in my primary care practice, then yes. If you are interested in seeing me for cardiology or women’s hormone health, then no. For our cardiology and women’s hormone health patients, I charge per visit.
You will have 24/7 access to me via my cell phone or email as well as access to my office manager for non-emergent questions. We book long appointment times, approximately 45 min- 1 hour in duration. We try to be a “one-stop-shop” for our concierge patients so you do not have to worry about what you are due for and when. We will remind you of any annual labs and diagnostic tests that you are due for. Most importantly, you will become part of our healthcare family and we will treat you just as we do our own family.
+ 24/7 access to Dr. Di Pietro, a board-certified internist and cardiologist
+ Little to no wait time
+ A preventive approach to healthcare
+ A commitment to spend any and all necessary time with you
+ In-house lab draws
+ In-house ultrasounds
I do not accept any commercial insurance. I do accept Medicare part B (not Medicare advantage plans). Unfortunately, insurance company reimbursement only provides for limited interaction and consultation with physicians. (This is why many physicians only spend 5-10 minutes with their patients). I am dedicated to devoting the necessary time and attention beyond what traditional insurance dictates. Cutting ties with insurance companies allows me to provide the kind of service that you deserve.
For cardiology and women’s hormone health, the initial visit is $500. This includes any diagnostic studies done in the office including ECG, echocardiogram, holter monitor or exercise stress tests which you may need. We do not charge extra for any diagnostic services done in our office. Follow up visits are $200. Concierge patents do not get charged for office visits or any additional services which are offered in our office.
For women’s hormone health, yes. For initial cardiology visits, no. Cardiology patients require a detailed physical exam, most importantly- listening to your heart! Follow-up cardiology visits may be offered via tele-health on a per-case basis (this all depends on what we are monitoring). For concierge medicine, it is on a case by case basis, but generally, yes.
Unfortunately, no. As of right now, I am only licensed to practice medicine in the state of Florida. I am not able to see you, even via telehealth, if you do not reside in Florida. I may be offering my services in other states soon, so please check back in the future!
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