To make an appointment at our Seattle or Bothell location, call 425.485.6059.Feel free to email any questions to us at email@example.com but we request that you do not send us any personal health information over email due to HIPAA regulations. Please see our email policy for patients below. PLEASE NOTE: If you would like us to bill your health insurance for your first appointment for acupuncture or naturopathic medicine, you must bring in the “Questions for your Health Insurance Company” form with all the questions filled out, along with your health insurance card. This is part of our new clinic policy as of June 1, 2012. If you don’t have a chance to fill out the form before your first appointment, you can bring it in before your next session–however, we will request that you pay cash at the time of service for that first appointment. Please feel free to call us if you have any questions regarding our policy. You are welcome to fill out the intake form* and consent form before your first appointment as well, or arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment and fill them out at the office, whichever works best for you. * We strongly recommend you download the intake form before printing because some browsers have trouble printing the second page properly.
Dr. Vanda Huang is in Green Lake on Tuesdays and Thursdays at:WellPoint Center for Natural Health 7214 Linden Ave N Seattle, WA 98103 To schedule with me at WellPoint Center, please call 425.485.6059. Front desk support will be provided remotely by my other location in Mill Creek (North Creek Clinic) so when you call, just specify that you would like to schedule at the Seattle location.
Dr. Vanda Huang is in Mill Creek/Bothell on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am-6pm at:North Creek Clinic 18008 Bothell-Everett Hwy #F Bothell, WA 98012 tel: 425.485.6059
EMAIL POLICY NOTICE FOR PATIENTS: Our office is no longer communicating with patients via email due to HIPAA regulations. We know that email can be extremely convenient but due to lack of encryption, it is not HIPAA compliant—there is always a risk that other parties may read any personal health information you send or receive via email. As an alternative to email you may call or fax the office as those options are considered more secure (according to HIPAA). Keep in mind that you may be charged a fee as per our phone policy.