Call Us: 506.382.1560

New Patients

Welcome! As a new patient, here is what you can expect:

1. Your first visit will be an hour long.
I will ask you a lot of questions, addressing your health from head to toe. At the end of our session, we will discuss treatment options together. I believe that you should be able to make informed decisions about your health care.

2. Your health will not change overnight.
I always tell my patients that being healthy is a life-long endeavour. Even when we are disease-free we must continue to take care of ourselves to prevent future illness and recurring disease. Being a patient of mine requires commitment to the treatment plan and dedication to yourself. There are no magic pills here!

3. A welcoming environment.
My space is located above Ford’s Pharmacy, Moncton’s only compounding pharmacy and wellness store. It is a quiet space that is safe, confidential and flooded with natural light. During your appointment we spend an hour discussing your health concerns, with the ultimate goal of getting you on a path to healing. Our office is accessible – if you have mobility issues, we have ramps and an elevator for your convenience.

4. A seamless transition.
I know that change can be hard. I might recommend a particular way of eating that you are not used to, for example. I will introduce you to all of the resources you need to bridge that gap.

Now get ready for your first visit by following these three steps:

1. Book your appointment! Call the office at 506-382-1560 to book with us.

**Please note Dr Basque currently has a WAIT LIST for new patients as her practice is full and her maternity leave begins in November 2016. We are working on having an associate join Dr Basque’s practice to accommodate the growing demand. If you would like to be added to our wait list, please contact the clinic directly at 506-382-1560. We continue to offer lab work (food sensitivity testing, hormone testing, etc) for anyone who would like to have a test done. 

2. Fill out the form before hand. Click here to download form.
If you are not able to do so, show up 30 minutes early (for adult) or 15 minutes early for children’s forms.
3. Bring in any supplements or medications you are taking as well as any recent blood work.