Specializing in Women's Wellness   


Explanation of Fees

This office is a fee for service office. This means you pay for your office visit at the time of service. We provide the superbill (receipt) with all the necessary information needed to submit to your insurance carrier for possible reimbursement. We also have many of the different insurance carrier forms needed to send with your receipt.

Insurance reimbursement: Most major PPO insurance carriers will reimburse a portion, if not a good majority of your office visit back to you. However, this is subject to your individual policy’s restrictions, deductibles, and co-payments. We work with laboratories that will bill your insurance carriers for labs done through our office which are again subject to your individual policy. If you have an HMO type of insurance, this does not apply and you will not be reimbursed for your visit at this office.

The initial office visit is very individualized and usually ranges from $200-$260. This range varies based on the amount of time spent with the patient and the complexity of the care involved. Any additional testing does incur an additional charge

Additional follow up visit fees are dependent on time spent and if any further testing is performed. These visits will incur a charge of $50 per 15 minutes.

Saliva kits range from $99 to $240 per kit depending on the type of testing. Fees are paid directly to the lab in Washington and are mailed in with the kit at the time of processing. Follow-up consultation is required to discuss saliva test results due to their complexity, at which time a treatment plan will also be developed. These visits will incur normal follow up visit fees.

How Does this Office Work?

The initial office consult is approximately one hour long. At that visit a detailed history will be taken to review your symptoms, a physical exam will be performed, and any further testing will be recommended, if necessary, to address your individual needs and concerns. Please note that no prescription will be able to be written for a patient until an exam, including a current mammogram and pap smear, if appropriate, are on the patient’s chart.

If saliva testing is ordered, a follow up visit will be necessary so an explanation of those results can be discussed and an individualized treatment plan can be developed.