Insurance and Patient Charges

Patient Charges

FIRST OFFICE VISIT (Constitutional)
This is a one-time charge – an important investment in your body’s health. The constitutional visit is the cornerstone of the homeopathic treatment plan.

Dr. Baker and Dr. Robbins
Total First Office Visit/Constitutional – $725

  • $225. This amount will be submitted to insurance for a claim. If the patient doesn’t have insurance, payment is expected at the time of service.
  • $500 (constitutional portion). This charge is not covered by insurance. There isn’t an insurance code for this portion of the first office visit. Payment is expected at the time of service.

Dr. Ambrose
Total First Office Visit/Constitutional – $425

At the current time, Dr. Ambrose is not contracted with insurance companies, but is working towards contracting with Washington state insurance companies. Please see below information under “Insurance” for Dr. Ambrose payment options.

  • $225. If the patient’s insurance accepts a super bill, the patient can submit this directly to insurance for a claim. Please ask for a copy of the super bill at the time of scheduling.
  • $200 (constitutional portion).

Dr. Ambrose accepts most major credit cards, HSA cards, and Venmo. Payment is expected at the time of service.

RETURN OFFICE VISITS

  • $160. This amount will be submitted to insurance for a claim. If the patient doesn’t have insurance, payment is expected at the time of service. Or, patients can submit a super bill directly to insurance. Please ask for a super bill at time of scheduling.

FAMILY CONSTELLATION VISITS (Dr. Ambrose only)

  • $160. This amount is not covered by insurance.

ACUTE VISITS (sore throat, fever, cough, vomiting, etc.)

  • $125. This amount will be submitted to insurance for a claim. If the patient doesn’t have insurance, payment is expected at the time of service.

PHONE AND VIDEO APPOINTMENTS

  • $90-160. Phone and video appointments are not covered by insurance.

AFTER-HOUR’S DOCTOR PAGES – $90

REMEDIES 

  • Homeopathic remedies range from $10-30 each.

Homeopathic remedies are generally prescribed one at a time. This allows the remedy to work thoroughly in the body. Sometimes, the doctors will instruct the patient to “wait,” which means the patient should not re-dose or take another remedy until possibly later, as instructed by the doctor.

SUPPLEMENTS

  • Supplements range from $13-150.

The doctors prescribe supplements less frequently than the homeopathic remedies.

Insurance

Dr. Baker and Dr. Robbins are contracted with the following insurance companies.

Dr. Baker:

  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Asuris
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • First Choice Plans (Kaiser) However, call Kaiser before scheduling appointment to confirm that they are contracted with the doctor and cover “naturopathic care.”
  • Premera Blue Cross
  • Premera Lifewise
  • Regence
  • Uniform Medical

Dr. Robbins:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Asuris
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • First Choice Plans (Kaiser). However, call Kaiser before scheduling appointment to confirm that they are contracted with the doctor and cover “naturopathic care.”
  • Premera Blue Cross
  • Premera Lifewise
  • Regence
  • Uniform Medical

Dr. Ambrose:
At the current time, Dr. Ambrose is not contracted with insurance companies, but is working towards contracting with Washington state insurance companies.

Dr. Ambrose accepts most major credit cards, HSA (Health Savings Plan) cards, Venmo, and checks. Payment is expected at the time of service.

If the patient’s insurance accepts a super bill, the patient can submit this directly to insurance for a claim for the charges normally covered by insurance (ie. $225 first office visit and $160 return office visits). Please ask for a copy of the super bill at the time of scheduling.

Dr. Ambrose does a sliding scale on a case-by-case basis.

Before your first visit, contact your insurance carrier to confirm:

  • The doctor is contracted with the insurance company.
  • The plan covers “naturopathic medicine.”

If the doctor is not contracted with your insurance company – and for all services not covered by insurance – payment is due at the time of service.