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Fees and Insurance

Fees and Insurance


I am in-network with the following insurance plans:

  • First Choice Health Network

    • Includes Kaiser PPO plans

  • Premera Blue Cross​

  • LifeWise

  • Regence Blue Shield (includes the Federal Employee Program​)

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield Plans​ generally


I am out-of-network with all other plans, though you may be able to submit a superbill to your insurance company to receive partial reimbursement following a cash appointment.

Annual Exams: Please note I do not do annual/wellness exams for new patients due to time limitations on those services that impact my ability to do a thorough assessment

Medicare: see below for Medicare coverage information


Self-pay rates (for those not covered by insurance):

  • First office visit (75 minutes): $300

  • Follow-up visits:

    • 20 minutes - $150​​

    • 30 minutes - $175

    • 45 minutes - $200

    • 60 minutes - $225

Labs: I offer wholesale pricing via LabCorp for out-of-pocket lab testing

Payments: I accept credit card, debit card, HSA/FSA, and cash payments.

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Satori Well Being Center

18978 Front Street NE, Suite 150

Poulsbo, WA 98370


(360) 209-5585


(877) 349-6941

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Medicare coverage information

Naturopathic physicians cannot bill Medicare directly. However, there are two scenarios in which patients covered by Medicare can receive coverage:

1. If you have secondary insurance from an insurance plan I am contracted with, I can bill them. This is sometimes included as a retirement benefit that carries over from your previous primary insurance.

2. If you have Medicare Advantage carried by an insurance company that I am contracted with, I can bill them. There are often a fixed number of visits covered per year, and a higher copay.

Supplemental insurance: I CANNOT take supplemental Medicare coverage, even if I am contracted with the insurance company (including Part G coverage)

If you are covered by Medicare and do not have secondary insurance or Medicare Advantage with an in-network plan, I am happy to work with you out-of-pocket at the rates above, and I recommend continuing to see your Medicare provider.

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