Dr. Aimee Ostick and Dr. Brian Ostick were recently featured in a recent issue of Calabasas Style Magazine. The Osticks have combined their passion for healing and raising their family. In the article, they state that they think ” faith and family are the most important things in life.”
In order to help people gain more control over their healthcare needs, Aimee opened Health and Health Direct Primary Care in Woodland Hills, CA two years ago.
Noticing huge accessibility and cost issues within our medical system, as well as ever-growing frustration among patients and physicians, she created DPC to provide accessible, high-quality, evidence-based care at an affordable price. “The model of Direct Primary Care is new, and we consider it the future of medicine,” notes Aimee.
At Valley Presbyterian Hospital, Brian serves as the ER medical director and chief of staff. The award-winning doctor also participated in medical outreach programs in Jamaica and the Ecuadorian Amazon. He’s also been published in numerous journals and serves as a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians (FACEP).
While caring for their patients, Aimee and Brian always keep family as their focus. Together they love to participate in outdoor sports such as hiking, running and surfing.
Another great story about the DPC community.