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Concierge Healthcare Guidance

A personalized approach to your health.

Concierge Healthcare Guidance

A personalized approach to your health.

SymbioHealth offers personalized healthcare management services for you and your loved ones. We believe there should be a pleasant, systematic and symbiotic relationship between you and all of your care providers.

The healthcare system is complex, confusing, and difficult to navigate. Our expert advisors strive to bridge these gaps by providing the highest level of communication, advocacy, and care management services to you and on your behalf.

Sick or healthy, we are here to guide you through the healthcare maze with confidence.

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The healthcare system is complex, confusing, and difficult to navigate. Our expert advisors strive to bridge these gaps by providing the highest level of communication, advocacy, and care management services to you and on your behalf.

Sick or healthy, we are here to guide you through the healthcare maze with confidence.

Why SymbioHEALTH?

We are experts at what we do. We are nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians. We want the best care for our clients within their healthcare system, locally, or globally.

We do our best to find you the top treatments, procedures, medications, practitioners, and clinical trials to best suit your medical needs. We help you get the right care for yourself or loved ones, including both traditional and integrative health care options.

Kathryn L Wallace Healthcare Concierge Boston

Founder: Kathryn L. Wallace, LPN, EMHL, JD

Kathryn combines her nursing field experience, legal knowledge, and master’s degree in healthcare leadership from Brown University to best provide advocacy for individuals and families trying to navigate the healthcare labyrinth. With over ten years of nursing experience in the Greater Boston area, her experience spans a variety of disciplines from pediatric home care, assisted living, hospital sub-acute and rehabilitation, nursing home, private duty, and psychiatric nursing facilities.

Kathryn knows from personal experience, watching her Father battle a genetic kidney disease and succumbing to a rare skin cancer in his sixties how important it truly is to have a guiding hand to help simplify the system for families when they are coping with some of the most difficult decisions there are to make. You can never have too many second opinions, and Kathryn wants all of her clients to have access to the best known care there is available.

Why SymbioHEALTH?

Why SymbioHEALTH?

“I was so lost after my mother suffered her first stroke.  I didn’t know which specialists to turn to or what kind of rehabilitation schedule my mother would need.  She needed occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy. She had three new medications added to her daily regimen that I had never heard of before.  I sat on the phone for hours one day trying to piece all of these moving parts together before she was discharged from the hospital.

I knew there had to be someone who could help me and my family, and then I met Kate and her team of nurses at SymbioHEALTH Advisors.  They saved my sanity by explaining everything to me, and holding my hand through this healthcare crisis.  I am most grateful.”

Maria S.

“Kate and her team provide the utmost in professionalism and expert guidance when navigating the healthcare system.

They are the most skilled in this industry, and they are available 24/7.  They always give me and my family the peace of mind we need when dealing with healthcare issues. They have helped my children, my wife and my parents.  They have become a part of our extended family.”

William K.

“If you are dealing with any healthcare concerns, or have loved ones who are, you need this team.  These experts will help you locate any second opinion you may need from literally anywhere in the United States, or the world.  They truly have their finger on the pulse of where the best traditional and alternative treatments for your specific case can be found.

They are able to assist you in being seen sometimes months before I was able to schedule appointments with specialists on my own.  I cannot say enough wonderful things about this group, and about their stellar expertise and commitment to you and your needs.”

Jennifer L.

Get Started

We offer a variety of options to best help you on your healthcare journey:

Half Year Memberships

Individual: $6,000
Family: $14,000

Full Year Memberships

Individual: $10,000
Family: $25,000

***Memberships include one physician appointment per person per month, initial medical record and medication review, medical appointment coordination and scheduling (up to 2 hrs. a week), insurance coordination and explanation of coverage (up to 2 hrs. a month), new diagnosis and medication teaching, medical planning, researching and locating second opinions (up to 2 hrs. monthly), coordination of medical equipment and medical supply delivery (up to 4 hrs. per month) 24/7, 365 days a year access to a nurse via text/email/or phone. Family membership includes any combination of up to 4 family members. Travel costs are billed if greater than 60 miles from Boston.***

A LA CARTE:

  • Attending a medical appointment (2 hr.): $160
  • Attending a half day of medical appointments (4 hrs.): $300
  • Attending a full day of medical appointments (8 hr.): $575
  • Review of medical records and medications (3 hr.): $275
  • Medical Appointment Coordination and Scheduling (hourly rate): $75
  • Insurance Coordination and Explanation of Coverage (hourly rate): $90
  • Diagnosis and Medication Teaching (hourly rate): $80
  • Medical Planning/Researching/Locating Second Opinions (hourly rate): $100
  • Coordination of medical equipment and medical supply delivery (hourly rate): $80
  • Other consultation services (hourly rate, billed at 30 min. intervals): $100

Note:  Travel costs are billed if greater than 60 miles from Boston.

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Did you know?

According to a recent study by Johns Hopkins, more than 250,000 people in the United States die every year because of medical mistakes, making it the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer.

  • Makary, M.A., & Daniel, M. (2016). Medical Error--the third leading cause of death in the U.S. British Medical Journal, 353 (i2139).
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