Scheduling Appointments

Routine appointments can be scheduled by calling the office at 206 801 7784 or using the online scheduling software:  https://karencoshownd.appointy.com/

If you are an established patient and need to speak with Dr. Coshow about a medically urgent problem (you are sick and cannot wait until the next time she is in the office), you can call Dr. Coshow's emergency cell phone number at 206.612.0976.  


Insurance

Dr. Coshow is a preferred provider with Regence Blue Shield, Premera Blue Cross, Lifewise Health Plan of Washington, First Choice Healthcare Network, Bridgespan, Kaiser Access PPO, United Healthcare, Molina, Auto Injury Insurance carriers and Labor and Industries.  We will bill your insurance for you if you have one of these plans.

We do not accept Aetna, Cigna, Medicare, Medicaid or Apple Health.

Coverage for Naturopathic Physicians varies by plan.  It is up to you to understand your benefits.  Please contact your insurance company with questions about your coverage.


Emails and Phone Calls

Administrative questions can be answered by calling the office at 206.801.7784.  

If you have simple, non-urgent medical questions you can call the office at 206.801.7784 or email shorelineclinic@gmail.com.  Please note, questions that require diagnosis or treatment recommendations will need to be addressed in an office visit, either virtual or in-person.


Prescriptions

If you have a refill request, call your pharmacy and they will contact us to review whether the refill is appropriate.  Please allow 48 hours for refills to be processed and plan accordingly.  Many insurance companies change medication coverage and may require prior authorization for your medications, even if you have been taking them for some time.  Please know that we have no control over this requirement. 

Medications for chronic medical conditions require intermittent monitoring.  Please plan on visiting the office every 3-6 months. 

Dr. Coshow cannot prescribe controlled substances (opiate pain medications, ADHD medications, benzodiazepines such as xanax and lorazepam, sleep medications such as Lunesta and Ambien).