Tucson Psychiatrist

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You may contact our office by phone, or you can fill out the form on this page to request a call from our team. Please do not provide any confidential or personal information via email. However, you may add a short message offering a general overview of your reason or contacting us. For your convenience, you may also schedule appointments online using our secure appointment booking software.

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When you call for an appointment, we will do our best to fit you in as soon as possible. If you require an urgent visit to a Tucson psychiatrist, simply call our office and we will work with you to book a more immediate visit. Upon booking your first appointment, our team will likely request various personal information. This may include info regarding your current primary healthcare provider, reasons for seeking psychiatric care, and your health history. Due to the sensitivity of this information, it is necessary to speak over the phone during the appointment booking process. Therefore, it is likely that you will receive a phone call as a follow-up to your initial email message.

Prior to booking your appointment, please review our insurance and billing information. Dr. DiPierdomenico is an out-of-network provider not currently on any health insurance plans. This policy ensures patients receive confidential care of the highest quality. Payment is due at the time of your appointment.

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Dr. Julia DiPierdomenico Mind Body MD

6262 North Swan Road, Suite 105, Tucson, AZ 85718
TEL: (520)-261-6533

Dr. Julia DiPierdomenico Mind Body MD

IMPORTANT – Regarding Internet Communication:

Please refrain from sending confidential information through email or the internet, as this form of communication is not secure and can be read by people other than the intended professional. Please use email only to request information about our services, for a call back regarding questions, or other non-confidential matters.

Emergency Communication Guidelines

In the event of an emergency, immediately call 911. If you are experiencing suicidal, homicidal thoughts, medication side effects, you can do one of the following:

  • Call 911
  • Go to the Crisis Response Center (520-622-6000)
  • Go to the nearest emergency room