Comprehensive Psychiatric Evaluation – $400

Dr. Uddin offers a 60-minute comprehensive psychiatric evaluation, which entails screening for common psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, or psychotic disorders. He may also assess for any other conditions which may be warranted. He provides diagnoses and recommendations for treatment, whether it be medications or a more conservative approach such as psychotherapy. He is not a pill pusher but presents options, thoroughly informing patients of risks and benefits. He provides patients the autonomy to dictate their care.

  • Subsequent follow-up appointments are $200.00.

Psychiatric and Primary Care Services – $500

Dr. Uddin is an adult psychiatrist and internist, providing self-pay fee-for-service medication management for patients 18 or older. He does not take insurance, either federal or commercial*. What makes Dr. Uddin unique is his dual board certifications in both psychiatry and internal medicine. Not only does he manage psychiatric conditions, but he also offers to assume the role of a primary care physician for an additional fee. He manages chronic medical conditions including but not limited to high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol. Moreover, he considers psychiatric conditions to be “diagnosis of exclusion”, in that he ensures that any potential medical conditions contributing to symptoms are first ruled out. Dr. Uddin treats the whole patient, rather than having to coordinate care with multiple providers.

  • Subsequent follow-up appointments are $200.00.

Medical Marijuana Evaluations – $150

For those who want to refrain from medications or just supplement their care, Dr. Uddin conducts medical marijuana evaluations through either telemedicine or in person for patients in Missouri. Upon assessment, should he deem it is appropriate, he will certify a patient for a medical marijuana card. Learn more about medical marijuana.

Telemedicine Services

When clinically appropriate, Dr. Uddin provides telemedicine services throughout the state of Missouri and Kansas. This is especially important given the limited resources for mental health care throughout the region. All you need is a desktop, laptop, tablet, or even a smart phone and a stable Internet connection. The same services are provided, whether seen in person or via telemedicine.