About Integrative Medicine - The Midway Center

Patient FAQs

Are we real doctors? Dr. Roach is board certified in family medicine. Wendy Enneking and Marie Vaubourg-Manheim are Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN). Lisa Carson is a Naturopath.

What insurance do we accept? We accept Humana, Anthem, Tricare, Baptist Health Plan, as well as Medicare patients who are anxious for integrative approaches; traditional Medicare patients will be happier elsewhere with a conventional primary care provider.

Do I leave my current doctor to come here? We encourage you to maintain your primary care provider, who may be able to follow you into the hospital. We do not address health concerns that develop after hours or on weekends, so please visit an urgent care center for those needs.

Are same day appointments available? Call our office to see if we can work you in for urgent needs during regular office hours. We no longer accept patients who do not call in advance.

Is integrative medicine for everyone and every condition? Many patients are not comfortable utilizing integrative approaches; they are best served seeing health care providers who offer conventional approaches and would not be happy with our approach. There are a few situations that may not be suited for integrative approaches. We do not routinely see patients under 7 years old.

How long should I allow for my first visit? We are a busy office and deal with challenging patients, so please bring reading material as we often are delayed. Allow a half‐day to be seen, and this usually includes having blood drawn.

Hours of operation – We are open 8:30 – 4:00pm, Monday – Friday. Our phones turn off from 1pm-2pm daily, but the office is open.

Holidays – We are closed New Years Day, the Friday before Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the Friday after, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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