Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How can I become a patient of Dr. Fabricius?
  2. Can my family and friends participate in my care?
  3. If I sign on as a patient, what happens next?
  4. I can’t (or would rather not) travel to Washington to see Dr. Fabricius. Is there an alternative?
  5. What if I have an emergency? Can I just go to Dr. Fabricius’ office?
  6. How much does Dr. Fabricius charge?
  7. Are Living Medicine remedies included in Dr. Fabricius’ fees?
  8. What kind of payment methods are accepted? Can I use my health insurance?
  9. What if I have to cancel my Initial NP1 or NP2 appointment?

 

How can I become a patient of Dr. Fabricius?

Dr. Fabricius insists that every prospective patient and their care-giving team (i.e., spouses, relatives, friends, et al) learn about what Living Medicine is before he accepts one into his care as a patient. It is crucial that all involved understand the kind of care being provided – methods that aren’t widely practiced or necessarily endorsed in any way by conventional government or private health agencies. This understanding is the foundation for effective treatment.

So before he accepts you into his care, Dr. Fabricius will spend some time talking with you about the nature of Living Medicine – what it is, how it works and the role you play in your own health and healing. In this way, you will be armed with enough information about our approach to make an informed, intelligent decision about whether Living Medicine is right for you.

Of course, you can learn much about Living Medicine through resources provided on this website. We encourage you to explore them thoroughly and to be sure to write down any questions you may have during your first conversation with the doctor.

Contact us about scheduling this introductory chat.

 

Can my family and friends participate in my care?

In a phrase: Yes, they can and should!

Your Living Medicine Protocol can be rather rigorous. Your support network’s participation is welcome and essential for the greatest success of any program. In fact, Dr. Fabricius will not accept some patients – those afflicted with serious diseases – into his care without the committed participation and support of their families!

Additionally, studies have shown that patients who are prayed for (even when those patients are atheist or agnostic) show marked improvement compared to those who are not prayed for. Prayer is thus incorporated into every protocol, in whatever context it is individually appropriate.

 

If I sign on as a patient, what happens next?

If accepted as a patient, you will be emailed a 14 page medical questionnaire that typically takes about an hour and a half to complete. You must complete this form, sign the release, make copies for yourself and any support network members you choose, and mail the signed original to Dr. Fabricius. You’ll also include copies of any pertinent lab data that he can keep prior to your first scheduled visit so he can review it with you.

Two appointments will be scheduled – the NP1 Case Intake and NP2 Protocol Review – and your credit card information will be taken to hold those time slots for you. You can read more about what these visits involve here. Follow-up visits will then be scheduled as needed.

 

I can’t (or would rather not) travel to Washington to see Dr. Fabricius. Is there an alternative?

Telephone appointments are available and a popular option with patients.

The patient is responsible for calling Dr. Fabricius during the scheduled time and paying for the call – much more economical than long-distance travel!

 

What if I have an emergency? Can I just go to Dr. Fabricius’ office?

Dr Fabricius accepts patients by appointment only. Patients are responsible for scheduling.

During acute emergency, patients are encouraged to seek emergency medical treatment, then follow up later by calling Dr Fabricius to let him know what happened.

 

How much does Dr. Fabricius charge?

Dr. Fabricius bills only for his time, not individual services performed during consultations. Payment of $200 per hour is due upon completion of each consultation, whether in-person or via phone.

Learn more about fees & payments for Living Medicine

 

Are Living Medicine remedies included in Dr. Fabricius’ fees?

The cost of remedies is extra. The patient is responsible for paying these charges in addition to Dr. Fabricius’ fees. Upon payment, remedies will be shipped directly to the patient within 5 days of the consultation at which they were prescribed.

Living Medicine remedies are prescription-only medicaments. Once taken possession of, they cannot be returned for refund or exchange, regardless of whether they’ve been opened or not.

Learn more about fees & payments for Living Medicine

 

What kind of payment methods are accepted? Can I use my health insurance?

This is a fee-for-service practice. Patients are responsible for the payment of their bills. We accept Visa, MasterCard and cash.

No form of health insurance is accepted. Dr. Fabricius is 100% opposed to ObamaCare.

You will receive a bill of service you can use should you wish to attempt reimbursement from your insurance company on your own. Do be aware, however, that – unfortunately – most insurance companies do not reimburse for the kind of medicine practiced by Dr Fabricius. It is safest to expect to pay out of pocket.

Learn more about fees & payments for Living Medicine

 

What if I have to cancel my Initial NP1 or NP2 appointment?

Because of the great amount of time that must be blocked out of Dr Fabricius’ schedule for these appointments, we require at least one week’s notice for cancellation or rescheduling.

If less than one week’s notice is given, the patient will be charged $800 for a cancelled NP1 appointment, $500 for an NP2. The fee represents about half the time that was slotted for the appointment. The fee will be charged without further notice and will not be credited toward subsequent consult time or remedies prescribed. It must be paid in full before a new appointment will be scheduled.

This policy is strictly enforced.