Primary care house calls for our seniors, veterans, and the chronically ill.

The type of care that we provide includes:

Chronic care management
Medication management
Preventative care
Nutrition counseling
Social support
Fall and safety evaluation
Home care and home health coordination
Automatic vital sign monitoring
Transitional care management
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Primary care
Corona Virus
Covid-19 long haulers

What is TVP-Care?

TVP-Care is a home-based primary care service. Each Care Team is powered by a local Primary Care Physician and Registered Nurse Practitioners supported 24/7 by a Patient Care Center to deliver a comprehensive and coordinated approach to each patient’s wellbeing. TVP-Care reduces the burden of visiting a brick-and-mortar doctor’s office and dealing with insurance and administrative paperwork so that patients can focus on health and wellbeing.


Through continuous remote monitoring, predictive analytics, and care coordination, hospitalizations are avoided, admissions to senior care facilities are minimized, and unnecessary trips to the Emergency Departments are reduced…all while maintaining each patient’s dignity and extending their aging in place.

How it Works


Contact us to start your home-based primary care.


Select a date and time that works best for you and your family.
Our clinician will visit with you at home, where you are most comfortable.

Care Plan

Following the initial assessment visit at home, your TVP-Care Team will create a personalized Care Plan that is used by everyone involved in your care.

Accepted Insurance Plans

This list is subject to change.

  • Aetna
  • Amerigroup – Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Imperial
  • Medicare
  • SCAN Network
  • United Healthcare

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Primary Care Provider (PCP)?

A Primary Care Provider (PCP) is a provider (doctor or nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant) who oversees your medical care in non-emergency situations.  Your PCP will work with you to prevent illness and maintain health, will diagnose illnesses and chronic conditions, and will collaborate with specialists and other members of your healthcare team.  Consider your PCP as an entry point to the healthcare system.

Will I still be able to see my doctor?

TVP-Care takes on the role of being the primary care provider (PCP) for our patients, which means that we communicate and coordinate your healthcare with all other members of your healthcare team.  We would work together with any specialists you are currently seeing.

Will I go to the office to see my doctor or will it be a telemedicine visit?

TVP-Care doesn’t have an office or clinic, so all visits will be in the comfort of your living room!  Our first new patient visit will be in-person so that we can better get to know you, and subsequent visits will be either in-person at your home or via telehealth, depending on what works best for you and your caregivers.

Who can become a TVP-Care patient?

TVP-Care patients are Medicare-eligible seniors who are homebound, which means that there are challenges in mobility or cognitive challenges that make it difficult to see a healthcare provider regularly.

How much will this new service cost me?

TVP-Care services are covered by your insurance, so there is nothing for you to pay besides your standard co-pay.  If there are any questions, we will work with you and your insurer to review benefits.

Caregivers are our essential partners.

Collaborating with caregivers is at the core of what we do. Caregivers ensure that care plans are carried out and wellbeing is maintained at home. Our 24/7 nursing support center is available to provide resources and answer questions.


It is also important for caregivers to take care of themselves – both their health and their wellbeing. The following list includes valuable resources for you and anyone involved in caregiving:



A new standard of comprehensive,
home-based primary care