Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a healthcare model focused on putting the patient first. That means treating them when they need it, never rushing patients through appointments, and being proactive with healthcare treatment plans. Direct Primary Care clinics don’t accept insurance, rather they choose to work directly with the patient, providing wholesale labs, no co-payments, and other costs savings along the way. This helps us to provide excellent and affordable care to patients that would typically go without healthcare due to rising healthcare and insurance costs.
Hi! My name is Kelsey Baxa, a Family Nurse Practitioner in Lincoln, NE. I grew up in Lincoln, and love that my career allows me to give back to my community. My husband, Drew, and I love spending time with our two Labrador retrievers.
I have been an RN for 10 years, after graduating from UNMC with my BSN from Omaha, NE in 2012. After working as an RN in the solid organ transplant unit at UNMC for 2 years, I decided to go back to school and received my MSN in Family Practice through Clarkson College and graduated in 2016. I worked as an RN in medical, surgical, and oncology units throughout working towards my Master’s degree. After I graduated with my MSN, I took a job as an NP at a cancer center in Omaha, NE. Most of my career as a nurse practitioner has been treating autoimmune and rheumatologic conditions, as well as Osteoporosis.
I am passionate about preventative care and self-care. Over the course of the past few years, I have become very interested in the importance of our immune system and the role it plays in keeping us healthy, specifically after the pandemic started. I am very interested in the use of Vitamin D and IV nutrition therapy to help clients feel their best. As a provider, I understand that clients put their trust in me. Therefore, I believe it is my role to provide thorough information to my clients so that ultimately, they can decide what course of action or treatment is best suited for them.
$80 per month per person