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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a PMA? 
PMA stands for Private Membership Association, meaning that we as a group are practicing our right to assemble and associate, conduct business in private and freely exercise all other unalienable rights as granted by our creator.  Our Private Membership Association activities are restricted to the private domain only and lie outside of the jurisdiction of government entities, agencies, officers, agents, contractors, and other representatives as provided by law.  We declare the basic right of all our members to decide for themselves which Association members could be expected to give wise counsel and advice concerning all matters including, but not limited to education, physical, spiritual, and mental health care assistance.  It is through the PMA where we will create a community of like-minded individuals striving for holistic health care and maintenance co-creating a life of joy and wellness!

What are Concierge Services? 
Concierge services are provided to clients in exchange for a monthly membership and hourly service fees. Concierge providers can deliver care such as initial consultations, follow-up appointments, IV Therapy (where available), laboratory tests, medications and supplement suggestions from the comfort of your home.  Additionally, our providers will happily work in conjunction with your primary care physician to give each client the best care possible.  Please be advised that lab tests and suggested supplements are available at an additional cost. Our specific services include Functional Medicine, Vaccine Injury, IV Therapies, Diagnostic Testing, Hormone Replacement Education, Weight Loss, Triage, Acute Care, Covid 19 Prevention and Care, Patient Education, Individualized Wellness Plans, Homeopathy, Nutritional Counseling, Referral Services, Coordination of Care and Advocacy.

What are Care Kits? 
Care Kits are available to qualified monthly membership holders and include medications and supplements pertaining to the client's current medical needs.  Remnant Care Kits are customized and created specifically for you!  Care Kits can include medications such as Ivermectin, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Quercetin, Melatonin, Nattokinase, Selenium and Biotoxin binders.  Also included can be nebulizer treatments and pulse oximeters. Care Kits for Covid-19 include those for Prevention, Early Treatment, Long Haul and Post-Vaccine Syndrome. Care Kits can be found under the member services tab and require a 1 hour Consult with one of our providers.

What are Consulting Bundles? 
Consulting bundles are available to qualifying monthly memberships and are used to obtain "hours" with one of our Concierge Providers after an Initial Consultation.  Consulting Bundles are utilized for nursing research hours, creating care plans and answering any questions in between follow-ups. Our Consulting Bundles are necessary for continued care with our providers.

What are Advocacy Hours? 
Advocacy Hours are bundles of time available to qualifying monthly memberships.  They are utilized for those who seek assistance with obtaining home care, various in-home services such as lab draws, assistance with obtaining direct blood donations and advocating for a client with healthcare providers and hospital staff. Please be advised these hours also include research.

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