We are currently offering both in office and telehealth appointments. Please make sure your appointment type (in office/video) is set prior to the date of your scheduled visit. Currently most insurances are paying for telehealth visits. This is subject to change per insurance guidelines.
If your insurance is no longer covering telehealth appointments, you are welcome to pay out of pocket for your telehealth appointment. If you choose to defer insurance and pay out of pocket for your telehealth appointment, please complete the Advance Beneficiary Notice found in the forms section of our website.
We have ongoing precautions in place to ensure everyone’s safety. We have listed our protocols below but please keep in mind that things may change rather quickly. If you have any questions, please send us a message via the “contact us” in the top right-hand corner of our home page.
- Please review the following questions, and if you answer YES to any of them, we ask that you continue Telehealth at this time.
- In the past 30 days:
- Have/Had Fever, dry cough, flu-like symptoms, and/or difficulty breathing
- Been in contact with anyone diagnosed or suspected to have COVID-19
- Tested positive or awaiting test results for COVID-19
- Traveled out of the country or have been in contact with someone who has traveled out of the country
- Traveled by air, bus, train or cruise within the US
TELEHEALTH APPOINTMENTS: Please refer to the Telehealth page for information and forms. Click here to access the telehealth page >