Do you take insurance?

Unfortunately, insurance companies do not currently reimburse for the time needed for an integrative/functional evaluation. Depending on your health insurance plan, particularly with PPOs, you may be able to apply some of the lab and appointment charges towards your deductible. Once your deductible is met you may be partly reimbursed. You can request a detailed superbill to submit to your insurance if you live in New Mexico or Florida. We provide this superbill after receiving payment for the visit. For residents of states other than New Mexico or Florida, we are not able to provide a superbill.

Is Dr. Goldberg board certified?

Yes. Dr. Goldberg is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine since 2000, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM) since 2012.

Does Dr. Goldberg prescribe medications?

When necessary, yes.

Is Dr. Goldberg comfortable with medically complex patients?

Yes, Dr. Goldberg has over 20 years of experience managing complex medical conditions, including cancer, heart/lung/kidney disease, and autoimmunity. She also has specialty training in tropical medicine.

Can Dr. Goldberg be my primary care physician?

Dr. Goldberg strongly suggests that all of her patients have a primary care physician (PCP), as she does not have after hours coverage and a response from the office can take up to 72 hours.

Do you see pediatric patients?

Dr Goldberg sees patients 18 and over for integrative and functional medicine. For pediatric patients, particularly in cases of EMF Associated Illness, Dr. Goldberg works as a consultant with the family and the primary care pediatrician, but the relationship is not defined as a “doctor patient” relationship.

How much does a visit cost?

Dr. Goldberg bills all patient care at an hourly rate of $360. The initial visits are generally 60-90 minutes. Follow up visits are 30-60 minutes.

Does Dr. Goldberg see out of town patients?

Prior to COVID, all initial visits were done in person, but now given the current state of practice and expansion of telehealth, initial visits can be done via HIPAA compliant telehealth system.

Why is all communication done via the patient portal?

In keeping with current laws protecting patient privacy and protected health information (HPI), all of our communication with patients, including phone, video and all messaging must be done in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

I have electrosensitivity and am not able to use a patient portal, can I still be seen?

Yes, the practice routinely provides accommodations (telephone visits or paper intake forms) for individuals with severe EMF reactivity who can not tolerate prolonged periods of screen time.

What is your cancellation policy?

If you need to cancel an appointment, we request that you notify us at least 48 hours in advance. The first cancellation made with less than 48 hours’ notice will be charged a $50 fee. If there is a second cancellation without proper notice, we will charge a $100 cancellation fee.

Does Dr. Goldberg order functional labs?

Yes, she works with a variety of functional and environmental labs including Genova, Doctor’s Data, Real Time Labs, Great Plains Labs and Vibrant. She does a variety of functional testing such as comprehensive stool analysis, urine testing (for environmental toxicity/heavy metals/mycotoxins), organic acid testing, micronutrient panels, antibody panels, and food sensitivity testing when it will change management.