Jeff Harris ND

Jeff R. Harris, N.D.

Naturopathic Healthcare

Scheduling Your First Appointment

Call me: 206.517.4748

Needed Forms at First Visit

Please print and fill out these 3 forms before coming to your first appointment.
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  1. Intake Form
  2. Notice of Privacy Practices Form
  3. Informed Consent Form
Jeff Harris ND

Please note: When coming for an office visit please do not wear any strong perfumes or scents. I see many patients with sensitivities and respiratory conditions and scents can affect their health in a negative way. Thank you.

First Office Visit

TimePlan for 1 hour if you have already filled out the 3 forms from above.
Listening:You talk and tell me in your own words why you are here.
Detailed interview:We communicate to access the details of your present condition, and clarify what is happening to better understand your experience.
ART (Autonomic response testing):I may perform ART to determine what the priorities are and help direct treatment.
Consent and then Treatment:I or you will propose a treatment and answer your questions.  Until, we have verbal agreement before starting any treatment.
Plan of action:We discuss together the next steps.

Fee Schedule

Payment is due at the time of service.  I accept personal checks, Visa and Master Card.

First visit is 1 hour$350
Other visits are usually 1 hour$250
Half hour appointments, when discussed$200
Neural Therapy, Perinural Injection Tretment are usually included in the office visit chargeDiscussed as needed
Impromtu phone calls over 10 minutes$35
Phone appointments$200 per half hour
Supplements and nutrients.  I can pack and ship products.vary in price

There may be a cancellation fee if less than 24 hours notice.

Insurance

I am not a preferred provider on any Insurance programs at this time.  Therefore, I do not bill insurance companies.  If you have insurance and want to find out if you can get coverage for my services you need to call your Insurance carrier.  The key words to say them are “Do I have coverage for an “Out of Network Provider.”  (That’s what I am in your case).