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FAQs

How do I make an appointment?

Making an appointment is very easy. Please call 713-622-5480 and ask to be scheduled for Dr. Wright. Every attempt will be made to have you seen as soon as possible.

Where is your office located?

The office is conveniently located in the Post Oak Park area near the Galleria, River Oaks, and Greenway Plaza. Please click here for Driving Directions and a Map.

Do I have to pay for parking?

No, parking is free and readily available.

Do you accept any form of health insurance?

Dr. Wright is considered an "out of network" provider. Our office will give you all of the documentation you will need to file on your own. Payment for services is expected in full and at the time of your appointment. Credit Card, Check and Cash payment are accepted.

What are Dr. Wright’s professional fees?

Professional fees are listed in the Adult and Child New Patient Forms.

What happens if I miss an appointment, will I still be charged?

Yes, the office has a strict cancellation policy. You will be charged in full for the cost of the missed appointment if you do not give at least a 24HR in advance notice.

What happens if I am a little late for an appointment, will I still be seen?

Yes, as long as you are still within the timeslot for your original appointment, you will be seen until your time ends. This means your time with Dr. Wright will be abbreviated.

If a parent wants to be seen as a patient along with the child being seen as a patient, can all of us be seen together within one appointment time?

Dr. Wright (at her discretion) will treat parents and children in the same families. However, due to confidentiality issues, each patient will need their own scheduled appointment time. This will be true for initial visits and for follow-up visits.

How do I refill a prescription in between appointments?

Please click here to submit a request for medication refills.

What are triplicate prescriptions?

A triplicate prescription is for medication that is more closely monitored than your average prescription by the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Department of Public Safety. It includes the stimulant medications for ADHD. (i.e. Ritalin, Concerta, Focalin XR, Vyvanse, Adderall, etc…) Stricter guidelines exist for this class of medicine: Triplicates cannot be called into the pharmacy - the prescription must be delivered to the pharmacist in person You have 21 days to fill the prescription or it will become void You may not photograph or copy the prescription (it will void) Refills are not allowed to be given on the prescription

How frequently are follow-up appointments scheduled?

Since treatment plans are highly individualized, Dr. Wright will discuss this with you personally.