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Ozempic®, Wegovy®, and other GLP weight-loss medications
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Lose 15% of body weight* on average with Ozempic®
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FSA & HSA eligible
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Wegovy®, Ozempic® and other weight-loss medications work — that's why they're so popular!

On average, people on Wegovy lose 15% of their weight in a year*.
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How does Sunrise work?

Step 1
Doctor Consultation

Tell us about yourself and your medical history. Our affiliate board certified physician will review your information and work with you to design a program personalized for your needs, which may include prescriptions to Ozempic® or other weight-loss medications.

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Board-certified clinicians with years of experience
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Dedicated customer support
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Step 2
Prescription Medication

Based on your medical history, our physicians may provide you with prescriptions, like Ozempic®, that uniquely address your biological needs while also reducing your co-pay.

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Access to 7+ weight loss medications (Wegovy®, Ozempic®, Mounjaro™ and more)
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We will work with your insurance to cover medication expenses, but you may need to cover some of the medication cost yourself.
The subscription fee is separate from the cost of the medication.
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Pick up at your local pharmacy or have them delivered
What is GLP-1 medication?
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Step 3
Start Losing Weight

Our program was created by our medical experts to power your weight loss journey. Our team of board certified clinicians is available to you same-day via our platform.

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Contact expert clinicians at your convenience
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Ask your doctor all your questions during regular check-ins
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Insurance can cover most costs

Your care team helps you maximize your insurance coverage of the medications, including Ozempic®. Medication coverage varies by insurance type. Federal payors do not cover GLP-1 treatment at this time.

Choosing Weight Loss Medication

Our physicians consider several factors when choosing the best medication and treatment plan for you to achieve your weight loss goals. There are 7+ medications that can help you, including Ozempic®.

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Health Criteria

Certain health conditions and medications affect eligibility for weight loss medications.

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Oral vs Injection

Medications can be taken orally or via injection, and the frequency varies.

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Whether you use insurance or not, and which insurance plan you have, affects the cost of medication.


Availability of medication varies based on geographical location and how easy it is to obtain.

It’s not Willpower, it’s Biology!

Root Causes
Weight loss is much more complex than “eat less, move more”. Your biology, psychology and environmental factors play an important part in your weight. We work with you to treat the root cause.
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FDA approved prescription medications (including Ozempic®) can address the factors that impact your weight. Our board certified clinicians will work to prescribe you the medications that are uniquely right for you.
Participants using GLP-1 medication lost 5 times more weight than with diet & exercise alone.
*Citations A 68-week clinical trial evaluated the efficacy of a treatment plan consisting of 2.4 mg semaglutide, reduced-calorie diet, and increased physical activity. Patients with a BMI of 30 or ≥27 with comorbidities but without diabetes achieved 15% average weight loss within a year (study).
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Personalized care
We stand behind our weight loss program.


Have questions?
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What is Ozempic®? 

Ozempic® (generically called semaglutide) was approved in 2017 by the Food and Drug Administration for use in adults. It's a weekly injection that helps lower blood sugar by working with the pancreas to make more insulin. Many physicians prescribe Ozempic to be used for weight loss. On average, people on Ozempic® lose 15% of their weight in a year.

Is Ozempic® right for you?

Our physicians can help you determine if Ozempic® is right for you. Though, you should not use Ozempic if you are allergic to semaglutide or any of the ingredients in Ozempic®. If Ozempic is not a fit, we also offer alternative weight-loss options. Talk to us to learn more. 

Is Ozempic® currently available?

There is a shortage of Ozempic, which may last until mid 2024. Sunrise will help you find a local pharmacy to fill your prescription, and also offers home delivery options. If Ozempic is not available in your area, Sunrise will recommend an alternative option for you that meets your individual needs.

How can I save on Ozempic®?

Sunrise will work with you and your insurance company to try and reduce the cost of Ozempic. We may also recommend lower cost options. If you have commercial or private insurance, you may pay as little as  $25 for a 1-month, 2-month, or 3-month supply of Ozempic®. Sunrise charges a membership of $149 billed every 4-weeks to correspond to the medication cycle after the first 4 week period.

What should you not do when taking Ozempic®?

Avoiding alcohol and foods that are high in fat can lower your chance of experiencing side effects. Additionally, high sodium and sugary foods and drinks should be avoided. Your physician will provide you more information on foods and activities to avoid while taking Ozempic®.

What does Ozempic® do for weight loss?

Once you start using Ozempic, it often takes a few weeks to see any weight loss, though others may see some weight loss sooner. Ozempic helps weight loss by making you feel full. In effect, you will limit food intake while on Ozempic, resulting in weight loss.

How long can you stay on Ozempic® for weight loss?

There’s no maximum length you can take Ozempic provided you and your healthcare provider think it’s an appropriate medication for you. Ozempic can be prescribed off-label for treating overweight and obesity. The medication is intended to be taken long-term

How much weight do people lose on average?

Patients on a semaglutide based intervention lose around 15% of their body weight*

How much does membership cost?

Membership for the program is $149 every 4 weeks. This includes follow-up appointments, an insurance advocate, additional medication offerings to help offset side effects and more. Cost of medication is not included in the membership.

We are offering a special discount on your first billing cycle because we want everyone to have an affordable way to get access to these medications. Furthermore, the discount will allow you to understand what medication is right for you and what it might cost for that medication based on your insurance coverage.
After signing up, you are free to cancel anytime without incurring additional charges.

What are the medications that your affiliated providers prescribe?

The medications available on our platform include a class of drugs called GLP-1s and alternative medications that are effective for weight loss.

GLP-1’s are powerful, naturally-occurring hormones made by your gut that send signals to your brain to decrease your appetite, improve your metabolic system, and regulate your digestion so you can feel full longer and maximize nutrient absorption.

The GLP-1 medications offered include semaglutide, liraglutide, and tirzepatide, sometimes better known by their brand names like Ozempic®, Wegovy®, Saxenda® and Mounjaro™, respectively. As well as Compounded Semaglutide produced by our PCAB partner pharmacy and delivered directly to your door.

We also offer alternative effective weight loss medications including Contrave®. Contrave is a combination of two medications: bupropion and naltrexone. It was approved in 2014 as a treatment to aid with weight loss by the FDA for use by adults who are obese and by overweight adults who have at least one other weight-related condition or illness, such as high blood pressure or type 2 diabetes.

All of the medications we offer are clinically backed and can be effective tools. Your healthcare professional will prescribe what is right for you.

What if my insurance doesn't cover Ozempic® or other medications?

If for some reason your insurance will not cover the cost of your medication, you’ll have the option to either pay for the medication out of pocket (typically $30–$1,600/month, depending on the medication) or cancel your Sunrise membership.

Given the high cash pay cost of many GLP-1 medications, Sunrise has a range of alternate offerings, including compounded semaglutide, the active ingredient in Ozempic and Wegovy, as well as other treatments that are proven to be effective for weight loss such as Contrave, Naltrexone & Bupropion, and Metformin. Given the cost of ongoing provider support and insurance assistance, we are unable to offer refunds for previously incurred monthly membership fees.

What is Sunrise’s Cancellation and refund policy

To cancel your membership, please log in to your subscription management page. If you require assistance with cancellation, please email Given the cost of ongoing provider support and insurance assistance, we are unable to offer refunds for previously incurred monthly membership fees.

What does insurance cover?

We navigate insurance on your behalf and are able to work with the vast majority of commercial/employer insurance plans in order to get cost-effective access for your GLP-1 medication and coverage for your labs. Lab copays vary by plan.

GLP-1s for most members with commercial insurance is typically around $25 per month after any deductible is met but, at times, and depending on plan, can be higher. Federal payors do not cover GLP-1 treatment at this time. The cost of the Sunrise program is not covered by insurance, however it is HSA/FSA eligible.

Who is eligible to join Sunrise?

Currently, Sunrise is available to individuals for whom the following apply. We are actively working on expanding access to Sunrise.

• Are between 18 - 64 years of age
• Have a BMI that is >30, or >27 with one or more of the following metabolic conditions: diabetes, pre-diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, obstructive sleep apnea or PCOS.
• Who are not pregnant or breastfeeding
• Who do not have an active substance abuse problem, an active eating disorder (e.g., anorexia or bulimia), cancer, recent bariatric surgery (within the past 18 months), active gallbladder disease, a history of pancreatitis in the past six months, or a history of medullary thyroid cancer (MEN syndrome)
• Who live in the United States

The above list is not exhaustive and subject to review by our affiliated medical providers who determine individual eligibility.

What are the side effects of Ozempic®?

The medications that are a part of our platform are called GLP-1s, and are clinically-tested, stimulant-free, and non-habit forming. Side effects are extremely rare, and most individuals who take a GLP-1 do not experience any. For those who do, nausea is the most common, and this typically resolves over the first few weeks of being on the medication.

If you do experience any side effects, you’ll be able to reach out to your Medical Team directly for support. In the most recent clinical trials, less than 5% of people discontinued GLP-1 medications because of side effects.

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