Our goal is to provide you with personalized, thorough, effective treatment in an environment that is professional, welcoming and private.”
New Patient Appointments
If you or someone you love is suffering, get help by calling (817) 283-4300 to schedule an appointment. Once your initial evaluation is scheduled, paperwork will be mailed to you to fill out and return to the clinic prior to your visit.
Initial Evaluation with Doctor Alloju
The initial evaluation is typically 40 to 50 minutes in length, depending upon the complexity of your case. Dr. Alloju uses this time to gather detailed information about your history of symptoms, behavior patterns and relationship styles to carefully formulate a Psychiatric diagnosis. Once you have been educated about your diagnosis and treatment options, medications are prescribed when appropriate. Referrals for counseling and/or medical follow up are made when necessary.
Follow up visits with Doctor Alloju
Follow up visits, typically 15 minutes in length, are for close monitoring of your response to medical treatment. These visits allow for prompt, appropriate adjustments to your treatment regimen as necessary to maximize your wellness. For those patients in need of psychotherapy, referrals to skilled counselors and psychotherapists will be made.
Payment is due at the time of service. Dr. Alloju does not accept insurance as a form of payment, but provides an insurance-ready form at each visit that you may submit to your insurance company for reimbursement (for more information see the FAQ’s section). Accepted methods of payment include check, cash, Master Card, Visa, Discover and American Express.
For those without health insurance, Doctor Alloju is often able to provide sample medications and/or assist patients in enrolling in Patient Assistance Programs which provide medications free of charge from the manufacturer for those who qualify.
“Our goal is to provide you with personalized, thorough, effective treatment in an environment that is professional, welcoming and private.” ~ Dr. Lisa Alloju-Fairweather, D.O.