Information and Policies
- New Patient Initial Visits $250/200*
- Follow-up Visit (Doctor) $150
- Follow-up Visit (NP) $150
- Annual Recertification $200/150**
- Establish Primary Care, Lyme Care, Women’s Health, Functional Medicine, Counseling $200
- Follow up Appointments $150
- Urgent Care Visit $50
- Lab Draw Fee $40
- Remote Education Visit $150 per half hour
- Counseling Services visit with Jim Wright, L.C.P.C. $125 for follow ups and counseling follow ups or 4 visits for $320.00.
- Community Healing Arts with Dr. Sulak – $20-$80 sliding scale
- Pain Laser Therapy – First appointment free with Integr8 paid appointment
- Pain Laser Therapy Follow-up visits $35
- Pain Laser Therapy Package of 5 visits $150
- Reiki – Group 15/30 Min $5/$25
- Reiki- Individual 90 Min $75
- Payment is due at time of scheduling NEW patient appointments.
- Follow up appointment payment is due at time of service.
- Telemedicine Visits require prepayment at time of scheduling.
*Sliding Scale: Limited availability per week for patients who qualify with financial hardship. We do require proof of hardship at time of visit. In order to qualify for our sliding scale rate you must fall under the federal poverty guidelines. Please call our office for more information 207-482-0188 ext 1.
**Recertification discount given to Falmouth office patients who have one or more follow up visit with us within a 12 month period.
**Manchester office patients will receive a discount if they complete their 6 month follow up visit and recertification visit is completed within 12 months. There will be a $200 fee for re-establishing care, if patient has not been seen in twelve months. Many of our patients follow up with providers multiple times per year because we help them achieve great results.
We only require one, 6 month follow-up visit within your first year. Maine Law requires that you maintain a relationship with Integr8 Health. Based on your condition, your practitioner may require additional visits.
We accept credit cards (visa, mastercard) and cash. No personal checks.
Cancellations less than 48 business hours before and no-show appointments will be charged for the full cost of the visit. This is considerate to our other patients and allows us to spend 45 – 75 minutes in each visit. Thank you for understanding.
All patients will have the opportunity to show proof of an “urgent” reason as to why they were unable to make their scheduled appointment. Upon doing so, the patient will be reimbursed the charges incurred for late cancellations.
Patients who “No Show” their visit will be charged for that visit, AND will need to prepay future appointments. Your credit/debit card on file will automatically be charged on the day you “No Show” your appointment.All patients will have the opportunity to show proof of an “urgent” reason as to why they were unable to make their scheduled appointment. Upon doing so, the patient will be reimbursed the charges incurred for not showing for their scheduled appointment.
We understand that delays can happen, however, we must try to keep the other patients and doctors on time. We request you come 30 minutes early to your appointment to account for traffic and to complete the required paperwork. If you are 15 minutes past your scheduled time, your provider may not be able to complete a full visit. If this happens we will do our best to accommodate you and fit you into the schedule later in the day. If you can not complete your visit you will be charged for the full visit and you will be required to book a new visit.
We will require that patients with an account balance prepay for all future services and set up a committed payment agreement on the past due balances. We reserve the right to require all balances to be paid prior to future services.
Although we do not directly bill insurance, many plans will reimburse you for part of your payment. We will provide you with a receipt and super-bill which you can submit to your insurance company. Depending on your plan, you may need a referral from your primary care provider. For more information, call your insurance company and tell them you would like to see an out-of-network provider.