Frequently Asked Questions
Does Dr. Hull Accept Insurance?
Dr. Hull is not in network for any insurance companies, and, therefore, she would be considered an out-of-network provider.
She is a Medicare provider but is not a Medicaid provider.
If you are using private insurance, Dr. Hull will provide you with a receipt for your payment will all the information necessary to file with your insurance company’s claim form. It is recommended that you check your “out-of-network mental health benefits” with your insurance company. If you have a PPO plan, it usually has out-of-network benefits, but if you have an HMO plan, it typically does not.
Does Dr. Hull Accept Credit Cards?
Yes: Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover cards
Does Dr. Hull prescribe medication?
No. However, medications can often be helpful in conjunction with therapy to treat the disorders that Dr. Hull treats. When they are recommended, Dr. Hull can make referrals to psychiatrists familiar with these disorders, who can prescribe needed medications.
Ask a question or book an appointment below.
For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.