Program Details

Q: How much does the program cost?

A: The price depends on your individual needs. Our program offers group and individual options:

Group - $199/month for at least six months in the program. Includes:

  • One-on-one visits with a Registered Dietitian, Jenn Haugen
  • One-on-one visits with a Health & Wellness Coach, Rachel Aure
  • Personal Nutrition and Fitness Plans
  • InBody Body Composition Analysis
  • Movable online fitness tracking monitored by a Health & Wellness Coach
  • $50 gift card to the Sanny & Jerry Ryan Center for Prevention & Genetics (SJRCPG)
  • Weekly lifestyle change group classes incorporating nutrition, fitness and behavior change
  • Weekly weigh-in at SJRCPG
  • Option to purchase OPTIFAST meal replacement products (Sold only to patients in the program)

Individual - $249/month for at least six months in the program. Includes:

  • The same services as the group option; however, instead of weekly lifestyle change group classes, you schedule a weekly one-on-one lifestyle change session alternating with a Registered Dietitian and Health & Wellness Coach.

Application - $20/month for life after at least six months in the program. Includes:

  • Continued access to lifestyle change classes
  • Weekly weigh-in options
  • Option to purchase OPTIFAST meal replacement products (Sold only to patients in the program)

Q: How do I get started?

A: You can directly schedule a free Weight Management Consult by logging into your MyHealth account or you can use Open Scheduling.

Q: Why does the program cost what it does?

A: Simply put: you get what you pay for. We offer an evidence-based holistic approach to weight management.

You will receive continual, direct contact with medical, nutrition, mental health and fitness experts—setting you up for a lifetime of success. Ponder this: On average, people who are considered obese pay $1,429 (42 percent) more in healthcare costs than healthy-weight individuals.

Q: Is the program covered by insurance?

A: Clinical visits with our nurse practitioner may be submitted to insurance and are not included in our program pricing. The rest of the program fees are not reimbursable by insurance and should be paid out-of-pocket, or using flex spending benefits.

Q: Do you offer financial support?

A: Scholarship assistance is available for those with documented financial need. Scholarship funding is provided through the generous donors to the Altru Health Foundation. This can be discussed at your free consult.