Receive Psychiatric Care from the Comfort of Your Home, Office, or Even On the Go
I created this practice with you in mind. I know you are busy, and waiting on the phone on hold, driving in traffic, and sitting in waiting rooms is not convenient. Through my years of typical psychiatry practice, I felt the frustration of the phone tag, finding an appointment that works, and insurance limitations.
That is why I created At Your Service Psychiatry, with ways to HIPAA-compliantly text me directly in between appointments for needs, schedule appointments when you want, and avoid the hassles of an office.
Service to me describes the care and service for others as well as offering the convenience or service of an easier way for psychiatry.
I look forward to us working together!
**Licensed to treat patients located in ARIZONA, COLORADO, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, HAWAII, IDAHO, ILLINOIS, IOWA, MAINE, MINNESOTA, MONTANA, NEBRASKA, NEVADA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW MEXICO, NORTH DAKOTA, OREGON, SOUTH DAKOTA, VERMONT, AND WASHINGTON
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What's New from At Your Service Psychiatry
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