About Susan S. Eby
Experience. Confidence. A holistic approach.
Susan Eby grew up in East Tennessee where she attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and received the Bachelor of Nursing and the Master of Nursing degrees.
She is certified in Women's Health, and worked for eight years in South Carolina in an OB-GYN practice and in Asheville, North Carolina as an administrator for Women's Health at Mission-St. Joseph's Hospital. She was awarded a specialty in Adult Psychiatry from the University of Missouri, Columbia Missouri. In 2001, she began work as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Cherokee Health Systems. She worked several years delivering telemedicine services to patients living in rural areas. She began a private psychiatric practice in 2007. Ms. Eby is board certified as an Adult Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Specialist by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and also as a Women’s Health Specialist by the National Certification Corporation for the Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing Specialties.
She is a member of the American Nurses Association.
Ms. Eby has served as a volunteer in a clinic in Peru and has also volunteered for the American Red Cross Disaster Services in Mental Health.
Insurance and Sliding Scale for Non-Insured
Insurances Accepted: Aetna, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, GEHA, Humana, Medicare, MHN, Prudential, United Healthcare, ValueOptions, Tricare, United Behavioral Health, Meritain Health, Golden Rule, Magellan, Core Source, CHAMP VA, Fox-Everett, Medicaid, Humana Gold, AARP, Multiplan, and UMR.
If you are using health insurance coverage, her office will speak with your insurance plan regarding the need for preauthorization, co-payments, and other aspects of your insurance coverage and bill your insurance company directly.
The sliding scale program may reduce an office visit cost if you do not have insurance or if you don’t have insurance with mental health benefits. Ask if you think you might meet the income eligibility requirements updated each year by the Federal Reserve. There are also free medication options available through a pharmaceutical assistance program. Just ask Ms. Eby to learn more about these free services.