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Your First Appointment

Your first appointment with a Mental Health Provider will usually be 30 - 45 Minutes Long

After checking in with our Front Desk Staff, you will be given New Patient Forms to fill out. Once completed, you will meet with your Mental Health Provider.

Your provider will:

  • listen to you talk about your concerns and symptoms

  • ask questions about your general health

  • ask about your family history

  • take your blood pressure and do a basic physical check-up if it's required

  • ask you to fill out a questionnaire.

There will usually be a lot of questions. The long appointment gives the psychiatrist time to listen to you and hear your whole story.

They might also want to speak with other health professionals or members of your family.

Your psychiatrist may order some more tests to help them understand what is going on.

It might take a few appointments for your psychiatrist to make a full diagnosis, but the next step is to work out a treatment plan.

A treatment plan is a combination of therapies that suit your health needs, personal preferences, family situation and age.

You and your Mental Health Provider will work together to develop a treatment plan that's right for you. The provider might provide the treatment themselves, or they might recommend you see another health professional – for example a Psychiatrist, Therapist, Etc...

After your first visit, the appointments might be shorter. Your Mental Health Provider will focus on checking your progress and adjusting treatments. 

  • How common are sleep disorders?
    40% of Mississippians suffer from a sleep disorder! Some are mild, but others can cause and aggravate other pre-exsisting conditions.
  • Will this really help me sleep better?
    Yes. Whether you are having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, Precise can determine why and provide the treatment needed for your specific sleep condition. Our goal is to help you get a better night's sleep.
  • Does insurance cover Sleep Evaluations, Studies, & Treatment?"
    Yes, every insurance policy is different, but we take the steps to explain what is covered for these treatments by your specific insurance policy. We are currently accepting new patients with the following insurance: Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Aetna, Cigna, & Medicare
  • Will anyone be in the Sleep Center while I am sleeping?
    You will have your own room with a queen size bed. A registered sleep technologist will remain on site monitoring your progress throughout the night. You can talk at any time and the technologist will assist you. We want to make sure your sleep study at Precise is pleasant, comfortable, and safe.
  • When do I come in and leave for a sleep study?
    You will arrive at Precise for your in-lab sleep study at 7:30 P.M. You will leave between 5:30 - 6:30 A.M.
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