Marley Medical's world class team of physicians, nurses, and pharmacists work with your current doctors to make it easier to manage your high blood pressure from home. We accept most major insurance providers and Medicare.
Our specialized care team is available to you 24/7 and will ship everything you need to manage your high blood pressure to your home. Our care team will provide ongoing reports to you and your current doctor on your progress toward goal.
24/7 chat with our care team, when it is convenient for you, whenever you have a question or need a change to your medicines.
We will send you an easy to use home blood pressure monitor, so our care team can see how your medicines are working for you.
We will deliver your medicines to your doorstep each month, so you don't have to remember to go to the pharmacy.
Yes, Marley Medical is licensed to practice medicine in all of the states in which we operate. We employ board certified Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Clinical Pharmacists who are independently licensed within the states we operate.
No. We can work with your existing primary care physician or cardiologist to more conveniently manage your high blood pressure. We will provide regular reports that you can choose to share with your other physicians or care team. If you do not already have a doctor you like, we are a full service primary care practice, and can assist you with any medical needs you have.
We accept most commercial insurers and Medicare. Like a traditional medical practice, we will bill your insurance company for our services and you will pay your standard co-pay. Patients typically pay $25 for an initial visit and $20 per month, which includes 24/7 access to your care team, blood pressure device and monitoring AND all of your medications delivered to your home (with no additional copay).
Yes. Of course we hope to make it so easy and enjoyable to manage your high blood pressure that you will want to stay, but you can leave Marley Medical any time you like. We will provide you with a full medical record that you can share with your other physicians, and you keep any monitoring devices that have been sent to you.