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So you are thinking about becoming a Boulder Longevity Institute (BLI) Client and want to know how to get started and what that means. Well you have come to the right place. This Professional Services document should include everything you need to know. But there is a lot of information here, so we have decided to provide a quick and easy 5 step process for getting started with us as a BLI Client:
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All of our providers are Board Certified in Anti-Aging Medicine and many have completed their Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine Fellowship or Advanced Fellowship through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. All of our providers have been personally trained by Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, MD, Founder and Medical Director of Boulder Longevity Institute. Dr. Yurth is involved in all the patient treatment protocols and treatment plans provided at BLI. For more information on the backgrounds of all or providers go to Our Practice and then review the Our Staff section.
Call our office (303-443-0858 x102) to schedule your Initial Consultation or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please keep in mind some providers may not be taking new clients or may be scheduled weeks or even months out.
Now that you’re scheduled, send in the NCP as soon as you can. The NCP is one of the documents that came to you in your initial “Thank You for Your Interest” email from BLI. As soon as we receive your NCP you are automatically added to the wait list for your provider, so if an earlier appointment slot opens up we will call you and try and get you in.
Come to your initial consultation appointment where you and your provider will review your NCP, your health concerns and goals, and what next steps we would recommend for your treatment, including recommended labs.
Now that you have had a chance to meet your BLI provider and learn about our process you can decide the next steps you want to take. Typically, clients choose to do the labs recommended by their provider and schedule a lab review to go over the results and get their personalized treatment plan.