Dr. Prachee Jain, M.D.
I grew up in the Northeast part of the US, but in the last 10 years I have made my home in North Carolina.
I went to Boston University for undergraduate and traveled abroad to medical school in Grenada, West Indies attending St. George’s University, School of Medicine.
This allowed me to see how other countries practice medicine.
I spent my third year of medical school in England, traveling throughout the country focusing on how to talk, exam patients and come up with a diagnosis and treatment plan.
I feel that the art of medicine has been lost with recent changes to the health system resulting in rushing patients in and out of the office, doing excessive and expensive tests, and providing fragmented care.
I am inspired to get back to basic care and help my patients with improving their health and creating long lasting patient – doctor relationships.
I am excited in this new venture of Direct Primary Care, which will allow me to practice medicine the way it should be done and still enjoy my time with my family.
With this type of medical practice I feel that Primary care again will be the focus of medicine in which we can work to help parents stay healthy and concentrate on preventative medicine.
Dr. Theodore Suggs, M.D.
Dr. Theodore Suggs lives in Concord, NC where he has resided for most of his life.
He attended UNCC undergraduate school and graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine.
He completed his residency in Family Medicine at Moses Cone Hospital where he taught family
medicine before moving to Harrisburg, N.C. to practice for the past 30 years.
He has a particular interest in psychiatric medicine treating such conditions as anxiety, depression and addiction medicine.
With current changes in healthcare, Dr. Suggs is concerned that we are losing sight of personalized patient care and expresses concerns about the rising cost of healthcare.
He notes the concept of Direct Primary Care to be the fastest growing medical model in the U.S. and is
leading the way for the future of primary care.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Suggs enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, farming, and bird hunting.
He likes spending time in the mountains and enjoys watching UNCC and Davidson girls’ basketball with his daughters.
He is a former basketball player at UNC-Charlotte.
He is also an avid “Tarheel” fan