About Dr. Savage
Dr. Chad Savage founded YourChoice Direct Care to practice primary care with a clear focus on the patient and their health. Adopting the Direct Primary Care model allows Dr. Savage to focus on his patients’ needs without worrying about meeting meaningless requirements set by insurance companies and Medicare.
Dr. Savage has been in practice since 2003. He graduated from the University of Michigan prior to receiving his MD from the prestigious Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. He completed his residency training at the renowned Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO where he became skilled in the management of complex medical disorders. Dr. Savage finds satisfaction in helping patients improve their quality of life by leading healthier lives.
Dr. Savage grew up in Hartland, Michigan and is formerly an expert class Motocross racer. Although, he doesn’t actively race, Dr. Savage still enjoys watching Motocross races. Dr. Savage is happily married and has two children. In his spare time he and his family are involved in their church and other family activities.
Dr. Savage is a proud member of the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Savage In the News
DPC and Medicaid
Dr. Savage talks about how DPC and Medicaid work for one of his patients. Watch the full video here.
Chicago’s Morning Answer
One possible solution to the health care situation is for patients and physicians to deal directly with each other and skip the middle man. Dr. Savage joined Dan Proft to talk about YourChoice Direct Care. Listen to the full interview here.
Read Dr. Savage’s article urging the GOP plan tax credits to count for direct pay patients. Find the full article here.
The Everyday Heroes Project
Host of the show, Jodi, speaks with Barbara Colley about her experiences with health insurance through ObamaCare, and we hear from Dr. Chad Savage, Barbara’s new Direct Primary Care physician. Listen to the full discussion here.
How Direct Primary Care Should Be
Learn more about Barb and how her struggle to find affordable healthcare came to an end when she met Dr. Chad Savage. Go here.
Frank Beckmann Show
Listen to Dr. Savage talk about DPC. To listen to the full interview, go here.
Watchdog.org’s mission is to restore oversight of our state governments, to hold politicians and bureaucrats at all levels accountable for their handling of taxpayers’ dollars and to promote innovative solutions to public policy challenges. What better place to discuss the benefits of the Direct Primary Care model! Check out the full article here.
Heartland Daily Podcast – Dr. Chad Savage: One-Stop Shop for Understanding Direct Primary Care
Savage joined Health Care News Managing Editor Michael Hamilton on today’s HCN Podcast to explain how direct primary care providers can afford to offer top-flight care for low- and middle-income patients … without insurance. Savage also distinguished direct primary care from a model with which it is often confused: the uber-expensive “concierge medicine.” Listen to the full podcast here.
On the Radio
In an effort to help raise awareness and answer many common questions about the Direct Primary Care model, Dr. Savage has taken his message to the airwaves. During this radio interview, Dr. Savage explains in depth the benefits of Direct Primary Care from cost savings to spending quality, one-on-one time with your Direct Primary Care physician. Not to mention the hassle-free experience that comes from being a patient that isn’t weighed down by the limitations set by an insurance company. Find out more by listening to or downloading Dr. Savage’s interviews here.
*Special thanks to AM 1570*
Dr. Savage Presents Direct Primary Care to Lansing Law Makers
Dr. Chad Savage spoke at the Direct Primary Care forum hosted by Senator Patrick Colbeck, R-Canton. For the full presentation, go here.
A Letter from Dr. Savage
In this letter, Dr. Savage announces his upcoming transition from Premier Internal Medicine in order to “offer a new and innovative way of accessing your medical care called YourChoice Direct Care.”
There will be a series of seminars in August and September to provide information about YourChoice Direct care and its benefits. Read on for location and times, as well as more information on the move.
About Dr. Pearsall-Cook
Dr. Naomi Pearsall-Cook grew up in Pinckney Michigan. She graduated from nursing school in 1984. She served as an obstetrics nurse, working in Labor and Delivery for 14 years before she chose to attend medical school. She graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 2003. She completed a family medicine residency in 2006 and worked for 10 years in a traditional medical practice.
Dr. Pearsall-Cook believes that knowing the patient as a whole person is critical to delivering quality healthcare. She chose family practice so that she could build meaningful long-term relationships with people, helping them to achieve optimal wellness. DPC offers her the opportunity to provide individual and personalized care. It offers flexibility in scheduling so that she can listen fully to patient concerns and discuss in-depth options for lifestyle and medical interventions. DPC encourages patients to ask questions, to return for follow-up visits and to actively team with their doctor in pursuit of their own best health. Dr. Naomi Pearsall-Cook looks forward to serving as your personal physician!
Direct Primary Care
As a Direct Primary Care provider, YourChoice Direct Care focuses on you and your health without the unnecessary intrusion of insurance companies. We believe that the best primary care medicine is both personal and affordable, and that’s what we offer. Primary care is all we do, so let us restore your faith in health care. Experience a patient relationship based on trust and respect; the type of relationship every patient deserves.
Our patient benefits include full access to primary care, meaning you will have more time with your provider, 24/7 access, no co-pays, and no limit on visits. Your monthly membership fee covers general adult physicals, wellness education, chronic disease management, telemedicine, minor procedures and coordination of care with specialists when needed.