Adult Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD/ADD)

We can provide ADHD diagnosis and treatment over video appointment. 

Whether you have had a previous ADHD diagnosis before or not, we have providers who are able to diagnose ADHD. If medically appropriate, we are able to prescribe medications and controlled substances such as Adderall and Vyvanse for treatment.

If you are insured with a healthcare insurance that we accept, each video visit will have a small copay ($50 on average per visit). 

If you are not insured or if you are insured with a healthcare insurance that we don't accept, your first video visit with a provider is $149 and your follow-up video visit for diagnosis is either $100 with a provider or, if needed, $250 with a psychiatrist or specialized doctor.

To see if we accept your healthcare insurance, book a video appointment and you will be prompted to enter in your insurance information if you have it.

If you have had a previous ADHD diagnosis before:

You can get started by booking a video appointment with a provider. This first appointment is needed to establish your medical history and confirm any previous diagnoses you have had. After that appointment, your provider will request any medical records needed, send you a questionnaire to complete, and book you for a second appointment to complete the diagnosis and discuss your treatment plan. Afterward, any necessary prescriptions for medications will be sent to your preferred pharmacy.

The second appointment may be with either your provider or, if needed, a psychiatrist or specialist doctor.

We offer same-day appointments, and the more prepared you are with your previous medical history and medical records, the more we can streamline your diagnosis process. It is possible to obtain treatment on your first appointment, if you have previously been diagnosed with ADHD and you have your medical records available to confirm the prior diagnosis.

If you have not had a previous ADHD diagnosis before:

You can get started by booking a video appointment with a provider. This first appointment is needed to establish your medical history and confirm any previous diagnoses you have had. After that appointment, your provider will request any medical records needed, send you a questionnaire to complete, and book you for a second appointment to complete the diagnosis and discuss your treatment plan. Afterward, any necessary prescriptions for medications will be sent to your preferred pharmacy.

The second appointment may be with either your provider or, if needed, a psychiatrist or specialist doctor. 

We offer same-day appointments, and the more prepared you are with your previous medical history and medical records, the more we can streamline your diagnosis process.