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How long is the comprehensive exam?

An exam typically lasts 45 min – 1 hour and includes doctor-patient interaction.

Where Whole Health Partners located?

WHP is at 6211 W. Northwest Highway, Suite C-159, Dallas, Texas 75225. Located inside the Preston Towers Condominium building, between Preston and Hillcrest on the North Side, directly across from Park Cities Baptist Church. We are on the 1st floor of Preston Towers, conveniently only 16 miles from DFW International Airport, six miles from Dallas Love Field Airport and within minutes of fine dining and shopping. Free Parking.

Where do I stay if I do not live locally?

The following hotels are geographically convenient for out-of-town patients:

DoubleTree Hotel Dallas – Campbell Centre

8250 N Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75206

Tel: 214.691.8700

Embassy Suites Dallas – Love Field

3880 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX 75220

Tel: 214.357.4500

Hilton Dallas/Park Cities

5954 Luther Ln, Dallas, TX, 75225

Tel: 1.‎866.539.0036‎

HYATT House Dallas/Lincoln Park

8221 N Central Expressway, Dallas, TX, 75225

‎Tel: 1.866.539.0036

La Quinta Inn & Suites Dallas North Central

10001 N Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75231

Tel: 214.361.8200

Courtyard Dallas Central Expressway

10325 N Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75231

Tel: 214.739.2500

How do I schedule an appointment?

You may call the Whole Health Partners main line at 214.368.3030. You may also email to request an appointment.

Where do I go to get lab work done?

Whole Health Partners has a partnership with LabCorp and Any Lab Test Now to provide the highest quality diagnostic testing.

Do I need to fast prior to my blood work?

Typically fasting is not required for a basic CBC test. However, Whole Health Partners may request additional tests that require 8-12 hours of fasting.

How much is an office visit?

An initial exam and adjustment is $205 plus Xrays and labs if necessary. Going forward, the minimum cost for a visit is $75.00. Depending on your treatment plan, costs can vary. For your convenience, we accept most major credit cards.

Do you accept Medical Insurance?

WHP does not accept insurance, however, you may submit your bill to insurance for possible reimbursment. We accept checks, Apple Pay, and all major credit cards.

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