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Dr Amy WellsDr. Amy Wells is joining Tilia from her private practice in Wallingford. She is a family practice ND with specialties in chronic illness, chronic fatigue, chronic infections and gastrointestinal issues. She also treats patients with various modalities for physical pain. She is excited to join Tilia and excited to meet you in the office. Dr. Wells is covered under many insurance plans and is currently accepting new patients.

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We are pleased to announce that we will soon have Dr. Alicia Cole back in the office following her summer maternity leave with Baby Freya.

She will be available to see patients at Tilia starting the week of September 16th.

Please call the front desk to schedule your follow-up or initial visit with Dr. Cole.

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We are happy to announce that Dr. Alicia Cole is now a provider for Regence insurance plans.

Starting at the first of this month, both Dr. Cole and Dr. Fuller are accepting insurance from the following:

• Aetna
• Cigna
• First Choice
• LifeWise
• Premera
• Regence

For Dr. Cole’s current patients who have a Regence plan, we are happy to start billing insurance for all future visits.

Both Dr. Cole and Dr. Fuller are accepting new patients. Visit our website to learn more!

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Tilia is Growing!

And with growth comes change. As many of you already know, Tilia Natural Health has a new receptionist – Emily Himmelright – who is our full-time administrative staff. This allows us to have business hours outside those times available with Dr. Walton and Dr. Cole. Now you can pick up supplements, drop in, or call to make an appointment, etc., throughout the week.

Our new regular hours are:

Monday: 10a – 5pm
Tuesday: 11a – 6:30p
Wednesday: 9a – 4p
Thursday: 9a – 4p
Friday: 9a – 4p

While Dr. Cole currently has weekend hours on select Saturdays from 10-noon, there is no administrative staff presently on hand.

Additionally, we are streamlining and working out the kinks in our procedures and policies toward improving our patients’ experiences at Tilia Natural Health. You may notice a few changes during your future visits here; we sincerely hope you experience their benefit.

Thank you for growing with us!

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We are pleased to announce that Dr. Alicia Cole is now accepting insurance for naturopathic services. She is currently contracted as a preferred, in-network provider with Premera and Lifewise Insurance companies. In the coming months Dr. Cole will also begin accepting additional insurance including First Choice, Regence/UMP, Aetna, Cigna and United Healthcare.

As a benefit to Dr. Cole’s patients, Tilia Natural Health will submit all necessary information from your visit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Please check with your insurance company to find out your coverage for naturopathic services before scheduling an appointment.

For further information or if you have any questions, please call the front desk at (206) 257-5817.

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Dr. Walton’s first day back at work will be Wednesday, October 19! She and daughter Hazel are feeling great and are ready for “next steps.” Dr. Walton will have a limited schedule as she returns from maternity leave, adding days as Hazel grows and becomes more predictable.

So, if you’ve been eagerly awaiting Dr. Walton’s return, call Brielle and schedule your appointment today!

And for those of you who need your Hazel fix, this photo was taken this morning-

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We are so happy to be here in Tangletown, welcoming back existing patients and welcoming in new patients. Thank you to everyone for all of your support with our opening and first few months being in our new clinic. Stop in for a cup of tea if you haven’t been by yet- we will be happy to give you a personal tour!

Dr. Walton will be on vacation from January 27-February 6, and Dr. Blesoff will take care of all Tilia patients during that time.

Get ready for some blogging in the new year, now that we are firmly established in our lovely new office space!

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