Accepts Medicare Assignment She does accept the payment amount Medicare approves and not to bill you for more than the Medicare deductible and coinsurance. Louise M Collins attended to Georgetown University Of Medicine and then graduated in 1997. NPI #: 1891872107 Enumeration Date: Nov 1st, 2006 Last Update Date: Jun 30th, 2011 Request for update. Louise M Collins has primarily specialised in Obstetrics / Gynecology for over 23 years.
Specialization License Number Issued State Allopathic & Osteopathic Physicians / Obstetrics & Gynecology 221321 New York Obstetrics & Gynecology / Gynecology 221321 New York Obstetrics & Gynecology / Obstetrics 221321 New York. Hospital Name Hospital Type Hospital Ownership Location Suny / Stony Brook University Hospital Acute Care Hospitals Government - State Stony Brook, New York. Organization Number of Members Meeting House Lane Medical Practice Pc 91. 200 Pantigo Pl Suite N East Hampton, New York 11937-5920 Map and Directions Phone: (631) 329-6500 Fax: (631) 324-8992. Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday - Sunday: Closed. This doctor profile was extracted from the dataset publicized on Jun 11th, 2020 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and from the corresponded NPI record updated on Jun 30th, 2011 on NPPES website. If you found out anything that is incorrect and want to change it, please follow this Update Data guide. You will be able to get back to your browsing session in just a moment. Please click the box below and you'll be on your way!
In addition to their cat, named George Washington since he was born on Independence Day, deer and many species of birds visit regularly. One fantastic plant they grow is the wild impatient also called jewelweed. This fantastic plant will stop the itch of poison ivy. If applied directly to where you have touched ht e poison ivy you will not get a rash even. Use rubbing alcohol and mix even amounts of the alcohol and the plant moisture from the stem. Add a little glycerin and it will protect you from poison ivy. You can buy it at their gift shop if you don't happen to have a convenient plant. Another plant that has figured in the history of the South is indigo.
Daryl showed us some growing indigo and explained the complicated process for creating the dye form the plant. They have a stagehorn fern that is so big they have named her Lois. The gift shop, filled with their own handmade soaps, candles, teas, lotions and books on herbs, is part of their beautifully rustic home they build lovingly by hand. The three homemade products that are most popular: Darryl's Sweet Feet, a product that promises to smooth the skin of your feet, Satin-Sage Oil, which is made to reduce wrinkles, and a homemade pain-away product are the most requested products. They invited us in to enjoy some of their homemade bread, cake, lavender cookies and Rooivos tea.