Program Costs 2017-08-25T19:33:57+00:00

Program Costs

PROGRAM COSTS

Initial Visit$480 This fee includes your complete lab panel, EKG, body composition analysis & lab review on follow up visit. *Fee may be split between visits, half paid on initial & remainder on f/u visit. 

Initial Lab Review Visit: Cost of hormone medications prescribed 

4 Week Follow Up$80 Follow Up

7 Week Return Lab Visit  $225

8 Week Follow Up  $80 Follow Up

Hormone/Medication Costs: These costs vary but typically range from $90 to $180/month *These costs do not include pellets, see below.

Follow-up Visits: There will be a fee each time you see the provider – the fee will depend on the complexity of the visit. $80/$120/$140 

Follow-up Labs: Lab tests will be ordered at the provider’s discretion depending on previous lab values and your symptoms. The costs of these tests can range from $20 to $250.

Annual/Semi Annual Labs$250

Annual EKG: $30 

PELLETS – Female $300-$350 Insertion Fee included (No Charge for Booster, if needed) 

PELLETS – Male $650-$750 Insertion Fee included (No Charge for Booster, if needed)

*Pellets last 3-4 months, depending on your level of activity.  

First year costs are approximated at $2,400 – $3,000

Each year after costs are approximated at $1,600 – $2,400

INSURANCE: Our experience has been that most insurance companies do not cover BHRT services as they typically don’t view these services as being medically necessary. At this point we are considered to be an out-of-network provider for most if not all insurance companies. We do require that all charges be paid at the time of service however we are happy to submit a claim to your insurance company on your behalf and any reimbursement due will be sent directly to the you (the patient). 

WEIGHT/BHRT COMBO PATIENTS

WEIGHT PATIENTS STARTING THE BHRT PROGRAM MAY BE AFFORDED A $100 DISCOUNT OFF OF THE INITIAL PROGRAM FEE IF THEIR LABS WERE PERFORMED WITHIN THE LAST MONTH.

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