OUR CLINIC HOME
Cottage A1 of Cedar Hammock
The Cottages of Cedar Hammock are comfortable, calm, and casual. We are thrilled to be a part of this cottage community that also includes Ben Brodhead's Eight Cranes Acupuncture and Dr Yolanda Rivera-Caudill's The Tiny Beet Lifestyle Medicine and Pediatrics, Geeta Massage, Saltmarsh Art Studio, The Cottage Salon, and Skippers Florist.
ERICA YOUNG MD
Board Certified Family Medicine Physician
Dr. Young graduated from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama and completed Family Medicine residency at Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia. As a component of her residency training, Dr Young completed the requirements for a Certificate in Integrative Medicine awarded by The University of Arizona.
She lives on Whitemarsh with her husband and daughters.
JANE BRANAN RN
She graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing in 2010. Jane graduated in July of 2020 with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Georgia Southern University- Armstrong Campus. Since graduation, she has been working as a registered nurse at Memorial Health University Medical Center. She is a certified yoga instructor and has ongoing focus and education in holistic health through nutrition, fitness and mindfulness.
DIRECT PRIMARY CARE
Our mission is to provide a healing environment where providers and patients become partners creating healthy lives. Focused on education and empowerment, we provide personalized, integrative medical care.
Achieving this mission is only possible through Direct Primary Care (DPC), a model of care that restores the doctor-patient relationship by removing unnecessary third parties, like Insurance Companies.
At Relief DPC we do not accept any insurance or third party payments, and instead offer an affordable monthly membership that allows greater flexibility and value for patients.
DPC greatly reduces the cost of primary health care delivery, a benefit that we pass onto our patients. Patients still are encouraged to have insurance or to be members in a health sharing ministry to cover catastrophic or unexpected health care events. Most of your routine primary care can be taken care of through a Relief DPC membership and a less expensive insurance plan can be purchased.