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Do you take insurance?

Not at this time. Payment is due at the time of service. You will be provided a super-bill and detailed notes from your visit that you may submit to your insurance for reimbursement.

Any additional prescriptions sent to your pharmacy, or lab/imaging orders should be covered by your insurance.

Do you participate in Medicare/Medicaid?

We do not participate with Medicare/medicaid but can still provide care under a private self-pay contract.

Do you work with a doctor?

No, we practice independently as Nurse Practitioners under full practice authority.

On April 11, 2022, New York signed legislation adopting full practice authority legislation that enables Nurse Practitioners in New York to evaluate, test, diagnose, manage treatment, and prescribe medications for patients without having to sign a contract agreement with a supervising physician.

Full practice authority applies to Nurse Practitioners with more than 3,600 hours of practice.

Are you a primary care provider?

We are not primary care providers, and are not meant to replace your PCP, but we will assist with primary care needs on a case by case basis.

What should I expect during a house call?

Upon request of an appointment, the provider will call to get more details and schedule the visit. During your visit more information including vital signs, and a thorough exam will help determine your treatment plan which will be discussed in detail prior to administering any additional care. Once agreed upon, your treatment will be provided in the comfort of your home.

What forms of payment do you accept?

Payment is due at the time of service. We accept cash, major credit cards and health savings cards.