Noel Oliu MD
Board Certified Family Medicine
Dr. Noel Oliu is a Family Medicine board certified physician graduated from Texas Tech University at El Paso, Texas. He has over twenty years of experience practicing medicine with compassion, devotion, and professionalism. After finishing his residency, he has practiced in different well-known medical organizations in Florida. Dr. Oliu also brings international experience to Simple Way Care from his years of practice in Cuba, Spain, and Guinea Bissau. From this experience, he has accumulated vast medical knowledge in primary care while coming in contact with different cultures, languages, and medical settings. Dr. Oliu is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. He has received various awards in recognition for his outstanding performance as a health professional. One of the most prestigious awards given to him was the James Jett Award by Texas Tech University. Dr. Oliu has participated in different research studies and investigations in the medical field throughout the years. As the founder of Simple Way Care he is happy to be able to combine his professional experience and values to offer his patients an excellent quality of care that is personal, transparent and direct. Doctor Oliu's values are Christian and family based; he has been married for 23 years and is the father of twin sons.
Winter Park Health Fair
Dr. Oliu, Aixa Garcia,
David Oliu and Noel Oliu Jr.
Aixa Garcia Office Management
Bachelor of Science,
Health Service Administration
The idea for Simple Way Care was born with the goal to give the community a new kind of patient-doctor relationship that is direct, transparent and simple. Simple Way Care opened its doors on March 2016 welcoming patients to experience a unique model of medicine designed with the patient's needs in mind. Simple Way care aspires to proudly serve the community for many years to come while maintaining its important values.
Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a type of primary care relationship established between a physician and a patient that does not involve insurance transactions. In a Direct Primary Care practice the physician provides ongoing primary care services and the patient pays a retainer fee in exchange for those services provided. The direct primary care (DPC) model gives family physicians a meaningful alternative to fee-for-service insurance billing, typically by charging patients a monthly, quarterly, or annual fee (retainer). DPC practices suggest that patients acquire a high-deductible wraparound policy to cover catastrophic events like hospitalizations. Direct primary care benefits patients by providing substantial savings and a greater degree of access to and time with physicians.