Direct Primary Care Services

Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a membership model that replaces the complex and costly billing system of our current insurance based health care.
See the full list of health care services

  • Annual executive physical exams
  • Pre-operative clearance exams
  • Chronic disease management: (Diabetes, High blood pressure, Elevated cholesterol, Thyroid disorder, Asthma, COPD, Allergies, Migraines and much more.
  • Referrals for Colonoscopy
  • Abscess I&D (incision and drainage)
  • Strain/sprain
  • Upper respiratory infection
  • Minor laceration repair (glue or sutures)
  • Sutures/staple removal
  • UTI
  • Asthma exacerbation
  • Flu
  • Pelvic & Breast exams
  • Pap smears
  • Birth control management.
  • Referrals for mammogram and bone density testing
  • PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)

About Direct Primary Care

Ultimate Health Direct Primary Care is a new and innovative personalized approach to medical care management. This affordable, patient-center model gives our members access to unlimited primary care. Our focus is to provide every patient with individualized attention to meet his or her specific health care needs. Ultimate Health Direct Primary Care uses a monthly direct pay, flat fee that is likely to cover 80-90% of the issues for which you will need to seek medical care, including:routine and preventative care; sick visits,weight loss management, and chronic disease management. We are here for you. Our members are not required to sign a long-term contract.

About me

Amanda Neil MSN, APRN

Amanda Neil

Amanda believes that the best health care comes from a meaningful partnership between her and her patients. She has found that direct primary care is a great way to facilitate this. She is originally from Winter Haven, FL. Amanda is a National Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner. She obtained her Nurse Practitioner licensure with a focus in Adult-Geriatric Medicine from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She obtained her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of South Florida. She has been providing quality health care since 2006. She began her career on a Medical/Surgical unit in her hometown of Winter Haven, Florida, where she gained invaluable experience. Amanda transitioned into a leadership role at Central Florida Health Care, a community health center, where she provided supervision to the Nursing staff. While in Graduate School she worked on the Inpatient Hospice/ Palliative Care unit at Lakeland Regional Hospital. Amanda relocated to Lake County in 2016 to work for Lifestream Behavioral Center. She was the sole provider for the WIN Clinic, a Primary Care Clinic embedded in a Behavioral Health Center to provide care for those with Severe Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders. Amanda is very passionate about preventative care and mental health; she strongly believes that if time is well-spent focusing on these aspects of care, the lives of her patients will continue to stay optimal. Amanda spends her free time with family, friends and mentoring in her community. She is excited about the opportunity to influence the lives of others and looks forward to meeting you, soon!

Ultimate Health Direct Primary Care LLC

$75.00 enrollment fee per family no contract

Employer Paid Subscription

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Ages 18-39

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Ages 40-64

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Ages 65+

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Health Care Prices

Savings for members over $1100

Wellness Exams Membership price Non Membership price
Adult Physical Free $150/$275/$200
Well Woman Exam with Pap Smear Free $250
Pre-surgery Clearance* (EKG Included) Free $175
EKG Free $50
Urine Analysis Free $15
Pregnancy Test Free $10
Blood Draw* Free $5
Urgent/Acute Visit Free $175
Sutures*** Free $200 + (depends on location & severity)
Skin Abscess/Cyst Removal*** Free $175
Ear Wax Removal Free $50

Employee Membership Benefits

First let us say welcome to Ultimate Health D.P.C, Lake County's premier primary care provider. We do primary care differently and that’s a good thing. A few good reasons why Direct Primary Care makes sense for your team are below:

  • It saves money. Direct Primary Care can provide substantial savings and improved cost controls for employers in managing overall health benefit expenses. The goal is to reduce utilization of the insurance plan at urgent care and emergency rooms. This approach typically saves employers double-digits over traditional group plans, while delivering a far better care experience. Also it can minimize employees’ out-of-pocket expenses and helps solve their avoidance of care for financial reasons – workers should not have to forgo healthcare because they don’t want to pay their co-pay, or their deductible is sky high.
  • It reduces absenteeism and presenteeism. By taking advantage of the proactive, preventative nature of direct primary care, employees stay active in the workforce and keep out of the hospital and urgent care clinics.
  • It’s convenient. Direct Primary Care provides employees convenient and unfettered access to their primary care physician—enjoying prompt appointments, exceptional care, and easy utilization. By having direct cell phone and email access to the doctor, employees no longer have to wait hours in a waiting room to interact with the doctor to answer a simple question, get a shot of support, or even a prescription refill.
  • It helps employers retain their best employees. As competition for talented employees intensifies in the coming years, small businesses will have to find ways to attract and keep good workers. So, providing quality health coverage is an important bargaining chip to give you the competitive edge for attracting and retaining talented employees.
  • It boosts employee engagement. Whatever an employer can do to improve morale—and quality health benefits do that—makes employees feel more positive about their work and their employer.
  • It heightens job satisfaction. Health benefits communicate to the employee a concern for their physical well-being and shows them a desire of their employer to invest in their total well-being, helping them achieve a better work/life balance.
  • It sets a good example. Placing value on healthcare in the workplace can energize workers to place importance on it at home as well. This is important for busy adults who have limited free time due to job and family commitments. But when an employer places a lot of emphasis on healthcare, that helps place emphasis at home too.


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Yes. We recommend that our patients select a health share plan to ensure financial help should hospitalization or referral to a specialist be necessary. Patients of direct primary care practices can access exclusive rates with the Zion Health Essential Membership. This simplified membership model gives you full access to the Zion Health cost sharing community, while your DPC practitioner works hard to keep you healthy with routine and preventive services. Check out Zion Health at:
Yes, absolutely. We want to make healthcare accessible and as affordable as possible. We really do want you healthy.
We close the gap between patient and doctor. The freedom of this model encourages collaboration and personalized care with the focus on making you healthy. People can easily access the provider by phone, in office visits, email, and online visits. We have returned family medicine to its root values of clinical excellence and compassionate care for every patient.
The membership fee allows us to provide the vast majority of a person's primary care in an innovative way for a simple, fixed price. Much like Netflix or a gym membership, it allows members to just see the provider; without worrying about extra costs, co-pays and deductibles for routine care.
That's great! (HIGH FIVE) Our primary focus is to keep members well and avoid lots of "medical" care. As such, we can dedicate more time to prevention and lifestyle issues to continue to keep you away from the expensive, cumbersome health care system. However, when you do need care, we are available 24/7 to help get you back on track and avoid trips to the Emergency Room or urgent care.
No. By not billing insurance, we are able to focus more time on you and spend less on processing bills and dealing with insurance companies. Since you pay us directly, you never have to worry about changing doctors if your insurance changes.
Yes! Most direct primary care patients save money compared to what they have traditionally paid for healthcare. The monthly fee is very reasonable, usually about the same as a cable or cell phone bill. Patients typically (and are encouraged to) carry catastrophic or “wrap-around” health insurance which ends up costing much less than their previous policies.
Best of all, there are no hidden costs at Ultimate Health.
Yes. We recommend that our patients continue to carry both a major medical plan and a health savings account to ensure financial help should hospitalization or referral to a specialist be necessary.
More/Less FAQ's
Ultimate Health compliments all insurance plans, especially those with high deductibles and out of pocket expenses.
Traditional care with high deductible insurance:
7 - 15 minute visits
$60 - $200+ each time you see your doctor, until you hit your deductible.
Ultimate Health:
60+ minute visits
$85 for the month and you can see and talk to your doctor. Avoid the hassle and address things before they turn major.
Yes. You need only sign a one-time waiver declaring that neither you nor your doctor will directly bill Medicare/Medicaid for our services. Medicare/Medicaid will still cover any laboratory testing, imaging, medications, or hospitalizations prescribed by our offices.
In providing superb care with unprecedented sorts of access, we seek to prevent or reduce hospitalizations and specialty referrals. In instances where those types of care are required, we will certainly continue to treat you during your hospital stay or work closely with any specialist. In some cases, depending on the level of care and the sorts of expertise required, we may rely on those specialized caregivers to manage your treatment.
No. Our provider is speciality trained to care for Adults and Geriatrics.
By all means, yes! Because illness and injury do not respect regular office hours, you may call the office to reach your doctor any day, at any hour (dial the office and it will ring directly to Amanda if the office is closed). If you prefer, or for matters that are not urgent, you may also use our secure patient portal to access your medical record and then message your doctor. Those messages will be responded to within 24 hours.
Because we know you well, we can streamline your care when you’re sick away from home. Many illnesses can be diagnosed and treated with a simple conversation by phone, email, or video conference. We’ll locate the nearest pharmacy and order the medications most appropriate for your circumstances. In a few circumstances, you may need to seek care from an urgent care center.
Because much of what we do can be handled by phone or internet, the doctor will likely be able to handle the problem without having to see you. In the rare event that the doctor is not readily available and it requires you to be seen, then a visit to urgent care may be required. You should always call the doctor first. For planned vacations where the doctor will not be available, all patients will be notified in advance so that they can arrange to be seen or have medication refilled while the doctor is still available. No office hours will be available while the doctor is away, but coverage will be arranged with a local physician for all other urgent matters.
We maintain scrupulous standards of privacy. We are never obligated to provide any third party with a copy of your records, unless you specifically ask that we do so.
No. Currently we can only accommodate a membership model. We are delighted when our members enjoy good health and do not need to see a doctor very often. If this applies to you, look at the membership fee as a means of maintaining your good health, having a doctor available for questions or concerns.
There are no commitments and you can cancel at any time. We will ask you to pay a one-time enrollment fee and then charge the monthly fee at the end of the month. You can cancel at any time, but the fee will still be charged for the last month that you participate with us. If you cancel and then want to rejoin there is a $150 re-initiation fee.
Schedule a free, meet and greet visit* to discuss your health care needs. It’s the only reasonable way to begin what, we trust, will be a long, productive, healthy relationship. Call 352-901-6582



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