Office Information

When you visit Dr. Khanna, you will be welcomed into a comfortable space where you will receive personalized attention and be assured that your confidential health information will be secure.

On your first visit, an 80- minute evaluation, for children and adolescents, and a 50- minute evaluation for adults will be conducted. It is sometimes necessary for an evaluation to take part over several weeks. This is determined on an individual basis and discussed during the initial visit. If this is the case, it will be important to begin treatment only after completing the full evaluation. Otherwise, initial diagnostic impressions and treatment options will be shared at the end of the first meeting. A follow-up visit will be scheduled two to four weeks after the initial visit. Additional appointments will be scheduled as needed.

Please bring any past medical or psychiatric records, including copies of laboratory or other tests.

It is important that minors are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. No prescription changes or refills will be given without the consent of a parent or legal guardian.

Minds That Matter is open Monday through Thursday for appointments and phone calls. The office hours are: Monday 8:30a to 11:30a; Tuesday - Thursday 8:30a to 6:00p, with a lunch break from 12:30p to 1:30p; and closed Friday. Any messages left before 3:00p on Friday will be checked and responded to, as needed. All other messages will be addressed during regular office hours the following business day.

 

Phone Calls

The best way to get answers to your questions is to schedule an appointment with Dr. Khanna. Routine and treatment questions should be limited to your scheduled appointments. Your questions and concerns will be fully explored during these sessions.

During regular business hours, a medical assistant can address specific issues, if necessary.

If calling after hours, you will have option to speak to the physician in an urgent crisis only.

If you feel that you are in an emergent situation, call 911 or get to your closest emergency room for care.

Frequent and/or lengthy phone calls will be billed for that additional time and effort.