try to see all patients on an appointment basis. Appointments should be made as far in advance as possible. On occasion, emergencies
may prevent us from keeping an appointment; in this event you will be notified as soon as possible. If you miss an appointment
or fail to cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled time of the appointment, you will be charged at one half the rate.
TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS AND E-MAIL
A telephone call or E-mail should not replace a visit, and any call or correspondence that requires new instruction,
case analysis, or prescription will be subject to a consultation charge. The fee is prorated according to the consultation
for research by Dr. Healy may be subject to consultation fees.
- Initial Visit (90 minutes): $198.00
- Dispensary: by item
- Lab: by test
& handling: Priority postage + $2.50
Payment is due at the time of the visit. We accept cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard and Discover
Driving Directions to Wellspring:
From the East, take 94 West: Take 94 West to 35E South; Take the Victoria Exit, turn left. The next street is Jefferson
Ave, turn right. Office building is approximately ½ block on the right.
From the West, take 94 East: Take the Lexington exit; turn right(South); Travel South to Jefferson Ave, turn left.
Go down the hill under the 35E overpass; Office building is on the left.
From the South, take 35E North: Take the Randolph exit, turn right; Go 2 blocks to Milton, turn left; Go 4
blocks to Jefferson, turn right; office building is on the left.
From the North, take 35E South: Take 35E into St Paul, take the Victoria exit, turn left; At the first stop sign,
turn right (Jefferson); office building is on the right.
If you have an
HSA (Health Savings Account), Helen Healy's consultations and prescribed supplements are allowable, tax-free expenditures.
Health Savings Accounts allow you to take control of your health care expenses and treatment options, however, many
are unaware this choice exists. We strongly urge you to look into an HSA as an alternative insurance choice. Currently, insurance
companies and HMO’s in Minnesota do not cover naturopathic services.
Flexible Spending programs also allow for naturopathic health care deductions.
We recommend that everyone ask their insurance providers
to allow coverage for natural healthcare expenses.