Can I come in for IV therapies if I’m not a patient?
Each appointment is customized per the individual, depending on the consultation or physical appointment. This will be explained in detail, by our staff on the phone at the time you schedule the appointment. Please do not hesitate to call our office with any questions at 941-929-9355.
Do you review charts or take Second Opinion appointments?
Yes, I do chart reviews and second opinion consultations.
What is the difference between Primary Care, Consult appointment and IV clearance visits?
Primary care implies that I will be your point man for healthcare. I want you to filter all of your health concerns through our office so that you can get the best expert advice for your decision-making. Consultation appointments are problem focused for specific issues in general. However, they can be for healthy people seeking optimal health. An IV clearance visit is simply that: a brief visit to assure that you are healthy enough to receive intravenous therapies.
Can we purchase supplements if we aren’t a patient?
Yes, supplements can be purchased if you're not a current patient. The list of those supplements is limited to foundational nutrition. This includes multivitamins, Fish oil, probiotics, and other basic nutrition. More specific nutritional therapeutic interventions will be discussed and recommended at a consultation or primary care visit.
How long do I need to plan on being in the office for my first visit?
Each appointment is customized per the individual, depending on the consultation or physical appointment. This will be explained in detail, by our Patient Coordinator on the phone at the time you schedule the appointment. Please do not hesitate to call our office with any questions at 941-929-9355.
Do you take insurance?
The Harvey Center does not accept insurance or Medicare, and we do not file insurance paperwork on your behalf. However, we will provide a detailed super bill for services performed for you to submit to your insurance carriers. We also work closely with the labs to provide them with the correct diagnostic codes for them to submit to your insurance company.
Insurance companies may cover a portion of medical services and laboratory tests performed by the physician based on individual contractual agreements between you and your insurance company. When labs are drawn insurance information is sent with specimen’s so, that labs may bill for their services.
New patients are required to pay for their visit 30 days prior to their first appointment. Payments can be broken into two payments. All follow up appointments payments are due when services are provided.