Fees & Payment Options

The Following Rates Are Applicable To Cash/Credit Paying Clients Only And Are Subject To Change At Any Time.

  • 20-minute Phone Consult: $0 ( free – schedule here )
  • 45-minute Ketamine First Office Consult (in person visit to be completed before infusions are scheduled): $175
    (time of service price, in-network insurance costs are billed through your payor plan)
  • 40-minute Ketamine Infusion: $450 per infusion
    (cash, time of service price)
  • 60 minute Migraine Infusion: $600 per infusion
    (cash, time of service price)

Payment is made in advance for each treatment before therapy can begin. We accept cash, credit or debit card (including FSA and HSA). 

*Fees are subject to change at anytime at our discretion

*Credit and debit cards may be subject to a 3.5% fee.

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Insurance Reimbursement

Since the use of ketamine is OFF-LABEL, insurance companies MAY not cover and Medicaid/Medicare will NOT COVER its use for treating depression.

We are now in-network with Regence, and Kaiser PPO (First Choice Health). Many Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans also cover our services. We will check your benefits for you once you supply us the information. Insurance rates are negotiated on a case by case basis depending on many factors. You insurance company pays for the services based upon your specific plan, your deductible, your copay and/or co-insurance. If you call them, they will provide you with this information and it is often written on your card.. We can also assist with insurance reimbursement and submission of Superbills for out of network plans.

We can provide information to you on pursuing insurance reimbursement as well as with an individual health savings account (HSA), flexible spending account (FSA).

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Financing Options

3rd party companies, such as Advance Care may be of assistance to some seeking financing. Please see their sites for information:

Advance Care Card

We do offer a discount to Veterans, First Responders, and Health Care Workers (cash paying customers, not valid with insurance payments). Please call for details.

No Surprises Act

Due to recent federal legislation, any patient who is paying out of pocket for services or seeing an out of network provider must be informed about the federal “No Surprises Act.” This prevents surprise billing from occurring by notifying patients in advance of estimated costs upfront. A good faith estimate will be provided to you in writing upon your request if we are not in network with your insurance or you choose to pay out of pocket for services.

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