Interested in becoming a benefactor?
What is a "Letter of Interest"?
How much do I have to pay each year to be a benefactor?
Why is it so expensive to be a benefactor?
Can I sponsor my adult child, their family or my parent(s)
for care at St. Luke's Family Practice?
Interested in making a donation to St. Luke's Family
How can I learn more?
Won't I have to keep my medical
I'm on Medicare (or Tricare) can I become a benefactor?
When did St. Luke's Family Practice begin operation?
Where is St. Luke's Family Practice
What are the hours of operation?
How do I get a message to my doctor?
How can I learn more?
Please click here to complete a "Letter
Each physician is only able to accept
300 patients. To guarantee that you and your family's benefactor
application will be considered, we request a completed "Letter
of Interest" mailed to St. Luke's Family Practice,
1700 McHenry Village Way, Ste 2, Modesto CA 95350.
Benefactors must pay the full cost for their
medical service contract on or before December 31 to guarantee coverage
the following calendar year. The contract fee is prorated for Benefactors
joining our practice mid-year.
Benefactor Medical Service Contracts for 2010 are:
|Each Benefactor < 35 years
|Each Benefactor > 60 years
|Child age < 19 years or full-time
student < 23 years
St. Luke's Family Practice is a federal tax-exempt
non-profit public benefit corporation, federal tax ID number 38-3681072.
We depend on our Benefactors generosity to support our primary mission:
providing free outpatient healthcare, consistent with the Catholic
tradition, to uninsured persons ineligible for government programs.
Benefactors enjoy unparalleled access to their
personal physician. Vastly smaller practice sizes will allow same day service. There is no additional charge for any
services Benefactors received from the office. Most importantly, Benefactors
support the St. Luke's provide the no cost outpatient
primary care for the uninsured of our community. Become a part of
the solution - join St. Luke's Family Practice today!
Yes. St. Luke's Family Practice may provide
just the assurance you need for the care of your loved ones.
Please download a "Donor
Letter" for more information. St. Luke's Family Practice
is a non-profit public benefit corporation, Federal Tax ID number
38-3681072, tax except status pending. Consult your tax professional
Absolutely. All Benefactors must maintain medical
insurance. However, most Benefactors will be best served by high-deductible
PPO (preferred provider organization) insurance like Blue Cross
or Blue Shield. If you are currently purchasing your own HMO or
PPO insurance, switching to a high-deductible plan may cut your
premiums by half or more! Please contact Hibl Insurance Services.
Hibl Insurance Services
1202 Tully Road, Suite D
Modesto, CA 95354
(209) 521-4440 fax (209) 521-0331
Certainly. Because St. Luke's Family Practice
will not charge for any services, you may continue to use your current
Medicare (or Tricare) benefits for your other health expenses. However,
St. Luke's Family Practice cannot participate in Medicare HMO programs
like Secure Horizons or Kaiser Senior Advantage. Please contact
Hibl Insurance Services with your questions.
We began caring for Benefactors
in the spring of April 2004.
St. Luke's Family Practice is located at 1700 McHenry Village Way, Suite 2. One the east end of McHenry Village behind Valley Sporting Goods and Keller's.
For emergencies, we are available to Benefactors 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
- Regular business days (except Wednesdays) from
8:30 am - 12:00 pm and 1:30 - 4:30 pm
- Closed the week of Christmas and the week following
Wednesday, weekend, evening and holiday appointments by special arrangement.
We prefer to receive
messages by email. Our Benefactor website provides secure encrypted
email that is compliant with HIPAA regulations. Direct phone
access to the doctor, voice mail messaging and fax is also available. Benefactors are kindly asked to remember our physicians have families also.. Your care is very important to us and the best time to discuss ongoing medical concerns is 8:30 to 5:30. Of course, our physicians are available 24/7 for any emergency plus weekends and holidays for urgent care.
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