Receive the care you need, from the comfort of your own home. Our women’s health providers are here for you to relieve menopausal symptoms through treatment such as hormone replacement therapy. Book an appointment to speak with a provider and establish your personal treatment plan.
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Estrogen-only therapy (ET) and estrogen plus progesterone therapy (EPT)
Consultation with a provider before beginning hormone therapy
Lubricants for vaginal dryness
Prescriptions for emotional changes
Preventative medications and supplements for post-menopausal conditions such as osteoporosis
Lifestyle changes and counseling
Breast cancer screening
Tailored care with an ongoing provider
Directly book a video appointment through our website or our mobile app, choosing a time and a provider that is best for you.
Establish care with your provider, who will diagnose and treat you through video. Any necessary in-person care such as laboratory testing or prescription pick-ups will be coordinated for you.
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Menopause and Perimenopause
If you are experiencing changes in your period, hot flashes, mood changes, an inability to focus, or disrupted sleep patterns, you may be perimenopausal. No one test or sign is enough to determine if you’ve entered menopause, and we recommend meeting with a provider to discuss your symptoms and medical history if you are experiencing symptoms of menopause.
If any in-person care is needed, such as bloodwork, vaccinations, or other testing, our providers are able to send the appropriate request to a nearby lab. Results will be integrated with our HIPAA-compliant mobile app so that patients have access to all of their medical records in one secure place.
Hormone therapy is a government-approved treatment that is effective at reducing the symptoms of menopause. We recommend speaking with a medical professional through our practice to understand if hormone therapy is the right option for you.
Yes, you can also discuss with your provider the option of taking supplements instead of hormone therapy.
Most women find that their symptoms fade over time, and starting treatment does not mean that you will always be on it for your symptoms. We recommend consulting with your provider on a regular basis about any symptom changes.
Hormone therapy is safe for most people; however, it is not for everyone. Your provider will ask you about your family history to determine if hormone therapy is a suitable treatment for your symptoms.
Booking an Appointment
You start by booking your first appointment with Circle Medical. Your provider will establish a treatment plan for you during that appointment based on your symptoms and symptom severity. Any prescription medications or supplements will be sent to a pharmacy of your choice for pickup. We also offer mail-order pharmacy options.
To see our list of currently available states, begin booking an appointment.
You must be currently residing in the state of treatment as well as have your primary pharmacy be in that same state in order to be a patient at our practice.
The first intake appointment is 30 minutes. Follow-up appointments, if you need them, are 20 minutes each.
We provide a cost estimate when you are booking your appointment. For those with insurance, your actual cost is determined after we submit the insurance claim for your appointment. Once we submit the claim, insurance companies will pay for a portion of the appointment and pass on any remaining cost to you. Once we know what this cost is, we will update you with an invoice within the app.
Insurance & Billing
For those with insurance, it typically takes 1-3 weeks for the insurance claim to be processed. Once processed, we’ll send you an invoice within the app with any remaining costs. You can then opt to pay through the app, or we will automatically charge the payment card on file after 48 hours of sending you the invoice.
For those without insurance (or with out of network insurance), we will send you the invoice 1-2 days after your appointment is completed. You can then opt to pay through the app, or we will automatically charge the payment card on file after 48 hours of sending you the invoice.
We accept over 1,500+ insurance plans. We cover most of the major PPO insurance companies (payors) across the United States. The best way to confirm coverage of your insurance plan is to begin booking an appointment on our website. During the booking process, you’ll be prompted to enter your insurance information for a real-time verification of your insurance plan.
The best way to confirm your insurance plan coverage is to call the Member Services phone number on the back of your insurance card. If needed, you can reference our Tax ID#: 474883537 and our NPI: 1134596091. Once you are able to confirm your coverage and your primary care copay costs, you can use the in-app chat to message our team with the information. We’ll then follow up with confirmation.
Your per-appointment costs are set by your insurance plan. To see your estimated costs with insurance, begin booking an appointment. You will be asked for your insurance information and an appointment cost estimate will be provided to you.
If the costs seem high, you may be on a high deductible health plan (HDHP). This means that you have an annual out-of-pocket amount that you must pay on healthcare in a given year before your insurance plan will cover more of your per-appointment costs.
If you are on an HDHP and have confirmed your insurance information in our mobile app, your remaining deductible for the year will be displayed on the “Book Appointment” page. Note that this amount may be outdated if you have had recent insurance claims processed.
If your insurance is out of network or you are uninsured, each appointment will cost $100.
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.