Making An Appointment
What you should know when you call
Our goal is to provide every patient with the best possible care. When you call for the first time to schedule an appointment, our staff will ask you a series of questions and gather other necessary information to ensure we provide the care most appropriately matched to you or your child’s situation.
Please have your insurance card available at the time of your call so that we can obtain preliminary information. Due to the variability of insurance policies, it may be helpful for you to contact your insurance company ahead of time to verify your benefit coverage.
As part of the scheduling process, you will also be asked whether you would like to hear about research opportunities. We have many studies currently recruiting participants. Some studies offer compensation and several offer treatment during the study. Learn more.
We are focused on identifying each patient’s unique needs, and we offer every patient a thorough evaluation and treatment recommendations. Our Outpatient Psychiatry program is designed as a consultation service, and we are not able to provide ongoing care for many of the patients we evaluate. We will suggest referral options in your community based on our treatment recommendations. You or your ongoing care provider may request documentation from your evaluation to assist in your continued treatment; please call (734) 936-5490 for medical records.
To schedule an initial appointment:
Depression Center & Ambulatory Psychiatry