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The state certifies retainer medical practices. In these practices, health care professionals provide patients with specified primary care services for a periodic fee.
To become certified, a retainer medical practice must apply to the Department of Consumer and Business Services and show evidence of its business experience, financial responsibility, and character.
A retainer medical practice must annually renew its certification. There is no fee to apply or to renew certification.
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