Cost of Services at Lighthouse Infusions & Seattle Ketamine
Our personalized, private ketamine infusions are priced on a per-infusion basis, and the cost depends on the length of the infusion. The number of infusions you receive, and the length of those infusions will depend on the condition(s) for which you are seeking treatment. Most conditions we treat require 40-minute infusions, but some pain conditions require 2 or 4 hour infusions. Please note that this is the duration of the infusion, but the length of your appointment will be significantly longer.
- 40-minute infusion (1½–2 hour appointment) is $450
- 2-hour infusion (3–4 hour appointment) is $800
- 4-hour infusion (5–6 hour appointment) is $1200
As a “thank you” to those who have given so much, we are proud to offer a 15% discount for active duty/retired US military and emergency first responders.
We accept most forms of payment, including cash, check, credit cards, debit cards, health savings accounts (HSA), flexible spending accounts (FSA), as well as contactless payments such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, etc. Payment is required before each treatment.
Because we want to make this lifesaving treatment available to as many people as possible, we have partnered with Walnut to help you cover the up-front costs of IV ketamine therapy. We have chosen to partner with Walnut because they are an ethical company focused on making healthcare affordable. They charge absolutely no fees of any kind, offer numerous payment plans to fit your budget, and even offer zero-interest options for people who qualify. Applying will not affect your credit score, so we would encourage you to at least see what options they have available.
At this time, we are not set up to bill insurance directly, however our Osmind platform will allow you to easily submit your claim to insurance for possible reimbursement. At your appointment, we will provide you with a super-bill, and using the app on your phone, you will be able to electronically submit your claim in just a few minutes. Every insurance company is different, but IV ketamine infusion therapy is becoming more widely accepted by insurers, and many will reimburse a significant amount. If you are concerned about how much your insurance company will cover, we encourage you to check with them before your first infusion.