Q. what’s the difference?

A. Being a patient at Bee Well gives you the opportunity to break down the barriers between you and your care provider. You’ll never fell rushed or as though you aren’t being listened to. Shannon is able to spend time with each of her patients, getting to know them and their families. This gift of time allows us to address all of your concerns, and personalize your care based on your family’s beliefs and needs.


Q. is bee well accepting new patients?

A. Yes, we are! We’d love to get to know you, and we’re thankful to be considered for your pediatric needs. Reach out to us and let us know a little bit about your family and what you’re looking for in a provider.

 Q. does Bee well accept insurance?

A. Currently, Bee Well does not accept insurance. Some insurance companies may reimburse for a portion of your membership costs or the pay per visit rate. Contact your provider for coverage.

Q. Does bee Well Vaccinate?

A. Please see our Vaccination Policy, and feel free to call our office for any other questions regarding our vaccine policy.


Q. I’m interested in Bee Well, but I want to make sure it’s a good fit before committing, what are my options?

A. Come in for a Meet and Greet! They’re completely free, and give you a chance to get to know Shannon to see if our practice would be a good fit. Meet and Greets usually last about an hour. Parents and children are both welcome. Please contact us for more information! Or, subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date on office happenings and developments.