Office Information

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
9:00-12:00 and 1:00-5:00
Medications
Prescriptions are reviewed with you during your appointment. If you miss your appointment and need a prescription refill, you must immediately reschedule another appointment with your doctor to discuss your prescriptions.

If you lose a prescription, you will be charged $15.00 for the doctor to replace that lost prescription. Such charges are not covered by your insurance. Lost or stolen prescriptions for stimulant medications will not be replaced without a police report, without exception.
Payments For Services and Fees
At the time you make your initial appointment, you must provide valid credit card information. Payment is required for all services at the time the service is rendered. Unless you elect to pay by cash or valid check at the time of service, the credit card that you provide will be charged. By signing below, you hereby authorize this office to make such charges to your credit card, including the charges outlined below for missed appointments or appointments that are rescheduled with less than 48 hours prior notice.

If you miss an appointment or reschedule less than 48 hours before your scheduled appointment time, you will be charged for your appointment as follows: $50 per medication check-up with your doctor and $150 for an initial one hour appointment with your doctor. Arriving more than ten minutes after your scheduled appointment will be treated as a missed appointment and shall be subject to the foregoing charges. Repeated missed appointments can result in termination of services to you by this office.
Insurance
We currently accept the following insurance companies (Please check if you need a referral from your Primary Care Physician prior to making an appointment) and we will assist you in obtaining the appropriate payment for covered services:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem
  • CareFirst
  • Cigna
  • Magellan
Unfortunately, we are unable to see patients with Medicaid. The doctor has opted opt of Medicare and neither the doctor nor the patient can submit claims to Medicare. Patients with Medicare must sign the Medicare Private Contract and can be self-pay only.

For these insurance programs we will assist you in obtaining the appropriate payment for covered services from your insurance carrier and we will bill your insurance carrier as a courtesy to you. You are responsible for any co-payment at the time of service. However, insurance benefits are based on a contract between you and your insurance carrier, and you are ultimately responsible for the payment of all services rendered by this office should your insurance company deny payment.
Emergencies
Should you become suicidal or homicidal or have another emergency, go directly to the nearest emergency room or call 911.