Dr. Heithaus currently offers Teletherapy Appointments and Phone Consultations only.
10 minute appointments (Phone or Teletherapy)
For patients who schedule follow up appointments every 3 to 4 months, and are happy with their existing medication(s) and dosage(s), and have no new symptoms or medications to discuss. If it’s been longer than 6 months since your last appointment, a 30 minute follow up will be necessary.
Please note: If you schedule a 10 minute appointment and request dosage changes or new medications, you will be billed for a 30 minute appointment. This charge reflects the additional work required by Dr. Heithaus to change/add medications after speaking with you.
30 minute appointments (Phone or Teletherapy)
For patients who need to discuss medication changes, dosage changes and/or new symptoms or problems; Or for when you just want to have a more depth discussion with Dr. Heithaus.
60 minute appointments (Teletherapy only)
For patients who are not stable on medication regime, need a full medication review and/or have new symptom(s) to address as well as medication changes. Patients are welcome to request a 60 minute appointment at any time.
90 minute appointments (Teletherapy only)
For new patient medical history intake, review and evaluation only.
Dr. Heithaus usually recommends what type of appointment you will need for your next follow up, but you are always welcome to request a longer appointment time than what she suggests. However, it is recommended you do not schedule less time than is suggested.
How to Schedule Appointments
You can schedule appointments a few different ways. Include any pertinent information such as if you prefer teletherapy or phone, how long and if you prefer a specific day or time of day.
- Requesting through the PATIENT PORTAL
- Call, Text or Email Deb in the office – 206.428.2080 / email@example.com
The is closed all day Tuesdays, and only open until 11:30 AM on Mondays. And, if your account balance is past due 60 days, you will not be able to schedule any appointments until your balance is paid, or you’ve made payment arrangements.