A: Greenleaf Healthcare provides a convenient service that rapidly connects you with medical
providers (Naturopathic physicians) via phone or skype for a virtual visit. The physician can
offer a diagnosis, treatment and prescribe most medications if needed. This expedient
service/visit may take the place of an in person urgent care or primary care visit, which can be
done from the comfort of your location.
A: The introductory price for a Greenleaf Healthcare mobile medicine house call is $150 per
patient seen. This price includes a 30-45 minute evaluation, diagnosis, treatment plan, and
prescription if needed.
A: Your credit card info will be obtained prior to starting the tele-medicine visit. We will place a hold on your card until the visit is complete. If you cancel the request at least 2 hours before the
provider arrives, you will not be charged.
A: Yes...we are out of network and also have a 95% reimbursement rate with most insurance
Payment is due at the time of your visit. Please note that you are responsible for the cost of the
visit upfront and a comprehensive Superbill (based on service provided) will be submitted to
your insurance. Full or partial reimbursement will be sent to you from your insurance provider
(the exact time varies and amount of reimbursement depends on the coverage of your particular
plan). Due to federal and state regulations, Greenleaf Healthcare tele-medicine is not allowed to accept Medicare and Medicaid and these visit costs are out of pocket...payment plans are
A: If you have an acute/urgent need call our office and one of our physicians will be able to see
you within an hour. Our goal is to have a provider consulting with you within 2 hours of making
the appointment. A typical visit takes 30 minutes, although options for an extended consultation
is available - 60 minutes.
A: We offer a full list of medical services and treat a variety of conditions. Greenleaf Healthcare mobile medicine does not replace emergency care. If this is an emergency, call 911.)
Some of the services we offer:
Comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis and treatment plan
Prescription if needed (we can’t write narcotic prescriptions)
Referral for IV hydration services or IV Vitamin therapy (these are a separate fee)
Referral for Blood draws, lab work
Referral for Minor surgery such as wound evaluation/management and possible suturing
(for superficial injuries)
Evaluations and referrals for imaging or further workup if needed
Other services as determined by the provider during the triage call
A: A Naturopathic doctor is a board certified medical practitioner with a Doctorate degree.
Advanced education in assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention and evaluation of a broad
range of medical conditions. As well as advanced clinical training in pharmacology, minor
surgery, IV therapy, botanical medicine and other natural methods of healing.
A: A provider will speak with you prior to the visit. If the provider determines that a tele-
medicine visit is not appropriate, he or she will direct you to the proper care. A brief triage
workup is free, any extensive phone consultation over 15 minutes will start at $50.
A: Providers will assess the need for lab/blood testing based on your symptoms. If blood work is
recommended, your caregiver will provide you a referral as well as for any additional services
you require, such as imaging.