VIK Medical Concierge is now open at The Overlook at Rob Roy, adjacent to VIK Complete Care. This by appointment family practice will be staffed by Drs. Michael Vik and Anne Stefani.
Vik Medical Concierge sees patients for comprehensive physicals, sports physicals, vaccinations, women's health issues and hormone replacement therapy for both men and women. Diagnosing and treatment of chronic conditions such as ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, thyroid disorders and other non-acute conditions are also part of our professionally managed care.
Unlike many concierge practices, there is no monthly or annual fee. Patients are charged on a per visit basis. Patients are seen at their scheduled time (no double booking) in an unrushed atmosphere, allowing them more time to discuss health issues with the doctor.
*The practice is fee for service. Patients will be given a claim form or superbill with the information necessary should they want to file with their individual insurance company. We cannot guarantee the amount of reimbursement as this will depend on each individual insurance plan and whether a patient has out of network benefits. We regret that VIK Medical Concierge is not a Medicare provider.
Dr. Michael Vik graduated from the University of Houston Health Science Center Medical School in 1991. After completing his residency in Family Practice at the University of Florida in 1994, he decided to make Austin, TX his home. In 2002, he opened Vik Medical, in the Westlake area and eventually expanded to offices in Lakeway and Riverplace. Dr. Vik is passionate about providing the best care for optimizing the health of his patients.
Dr. Anne Stefani grew up in Oxford, Mississippi and finished medical school and residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine. She finds Family Medicine a gratifying challenge in that it brings her together with a variety of patients and their needs. Board certified in Family Practice Medicine, she enjoys guiding her patients, encouraging them to ask questions and be self-advocates in their physical and emotional health.