Sleep better, medication free
Book an insomnia video consultation with a Board-Certified primary care provider to discuss your symptoms and receive treatment.
If you have recently experienced changes in your ability to sleep:
Your provider may prescribe a non-controlled medication to help you sleep in the short term. Your provider will work with you to diagnose your sleep and identify the underlying causes of your symptoms.
If you have been experiencing chronic insomnia:
Circle Medical primarily uses cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTi) to treat symptoms of insomnia.
If you are currently taking sleep medication, your Circle Medical provider will be able to design a treatment program that works alongside your sleep medication, with the goal of decreasing dependency on sleep medications over time.
Our primary care providers are vetted according to strict quality of care protocols determined by UCSF.
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If you are having difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, you may benefit from meeting with a Board-Certified provider to receive a full evaluation of your sleep.
During your appointment, your provider will conduct a full evaluation of your sleep. If you have recently experienced changes to your ability to sleep, your provider will be able to help you diagnose the underlying causes. Your provider may prescribe non controlled medications for a short period of time to help you sleep. If you are experiencing chronic, ongoing insomnia, your provider will be able to develop a custom approach to improving your sleep, which may include cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I).
You will not be able to receive Ambien or other controlled medications through our practice. In some instances, you may be prescribed non controlled medications for a short period of time to help you sleep. Note that booking and paying for an appointment does not guarantee that you will receive any prescription medications, and all treatment plans are at the discretion of your provider.
You’ll be able to work with your provider to decide how often to have appointments based on your needs. Using the mobile app, you can book, cancel, and reschedule appointments with your provider as you need.
Your provider will create a custom treatment plan for you based on your needs. Depending on your treatment plan and your specific underlying causes, the amount of time it takes to see results and improvements will vary.
Depending on your unique circumstances, the number of appointments that you will have may vary.
With insurance coverage, the majority of our patients pay $5-$50 per appointment, depending on their insurance plan. This makes receiving comprehensive insomnia treatment more affordable when compared to sleep programs that do not accept insurance.
Our self-pay appointments are $100 each.
Circle Medical has in-person clinics in California and is expanding its in-person presence across the US, but you can get high quality care via telemedicine video appointments in 25 states across the US.
To see what states are currently available, please start booking an appointment and the available states will show as options for you to select.
You do not need to book your initial appointment with a doctor. You can book your appointment with any provider that we have available. Our providers all work closely together to make sure that we are providing the same excellent standard of care to all patients regardless of which provider you book your appointment with.
We also offer a self-pay option at a flat rate of $100 per appointment.
Your provider will prepare a personalized plan for you after each visit including a diagnosis, recommendation, prescriptions and resources for additional reading.
Have questions about your medical insurance? Notice new symptoms? Your Care Coordinator and doctor are available to talk using secure, HIPAA-compliant chat.