How much is your health worth?
Consider your lifetime cost for ineffective treatments, physician/specialist appointments, tests, and procedures…
Now compare that to finally getting your health back.
How is MFH different?
Dr. Heather Maddox is a board-certified medical doctor and Lindsey Peterson is a board-certified family nurse practitioner. Our providers understand the value of blending conventional Western medicine with proven natural therapy options. We provide a unique approach when treating acute and chronic conditions and look for the root cause for symptoms.
At MFH, we prioritize quality over quantity. We base our value on our patient relationships and their success stories. We are passionate about the medicine we provide, knowing it is effective and efficient in helping you achieve your health goals.
How much time do you spend?
Our visits are anywhere from 45 to 90 minutes in duration. During our visits, we take the time to truly listen, understand, and get to know you. After each of our visits, we continue to work on your health plan, modifying as needed during the course of your health journey.
How do you involve me, the patient?
We encourage you to take an active role in your own health. We believe by educating you about your own body and its processes, you will have a greater chance of being treated successfully and can live a healthier life.
How much does this cost?
We offer affordable healthcare tailored to each patient’s individual needs. Because our care is personalized, the cost depends on you, your health needs, and your financial situation. We work with you every step of the way to come up with a care plan that you are financially comfortable with.
Do you accept insurance?
We currently do not accept insurance of any kind. However, we can provide you with an itemized Superbill that you may file with your insurance company. You can also use HSA and FSA dollars to help cover costs. Of note, we are not able to accept any Medicaid/Medicare patients at this time.
What is a Superbill?
A Superbill is an itemized form used by healthcare providers that details services provided to the patient. It can be submitted by the patient to their insurance payer for reimbursement. However, the submission of a Superbill is not a guarantee of insurance payment.