Concierge Medicine & Insurance


  • Executive Level Physicals Annually (2 hrs)
  • Focus on personalized preventative health
  • Comprehensive Biomarker and Genetic testing and Counseling
  • In-office lab work, EKG, ultrasound and other diagnostic services
  • 24/7 Availability to Dr. Carlson via Dedicated Phone or Email
  • Expert assistance with referrals to other specialists and enhanced guidance to prepare you for those visits
  • Digestive Health, Vitamins & Dietary Supplements Counseling


  • Same or Next Business Day Appointments
  • Enhanced 30 minute Scheduled Appointments Scheduling Options
  • On Time Appointments That Do Away With Rushed Visits
  • Office Visits for Visiting Friends & Family
  • Advanced Lipid Testing & Cardiovascular Risk Analysis
  • 20% Discount on Rose Hill MedSpa Services (located on our lower level)

Benefits of Concierge Medicine

Concierge Medicine in Sioux City, IA

One of the biggest benefits of concierge medicine is practice size. Most physicians or healthcare providers are required to see thousands of patients in a short time and are driven by insurance company reimbursements to make money. Concierge medicine providers see far fewer patients—usually just a few hundred—which allows the provider to spend more time with each patient without worrying about how much insurance will pay.

Concierge Medicine & Insurance

Routine medical care and services are billed to your insurance as is customary.

Concierge access fees are separate and not billed to insurance but may be covered by Health Savings Accounts.

Siouxland Adult Medicine is in network with and accepts all insurance plans. Should you have any questions, please feel free to call the office at (712) 234-1005.

Is Concierge Medicine Worth the Cost?

Only you can answer this question. Dr. Carlson will dedicate himself to helping you avoid such deadly conditions as: obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease. Dr. Carlson’s goal is to not only add years to your life, but quality to those years. Patients under personalized care programs experience 65% fewer hospitalizations than like age counterparts. Consider this: The cost of preventive care is approximately $135 a month. The lifetime cost of a stroke is approximately $140,000.


American Board of Internal Medicine
American College of Physicians
BioTE Medical
International Society for Clinical Densitometry
Natural Lipid Association