Betty Anne Nixon, APN-C 


 
 

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner 

Betty Anne Nixon, APN-C
 

3 Third Street
Suite 020
 

Bordentown, NJ 08505
 


 
 
 

bettyannenixonapnc@comcast.net
 


I hope to work with you on a treatment plan that assists you to achieve your mental health goals. Please keep in mind the following:

1. Avoid alcohol and/or illicit drug use while prescribed psychotropic medications.

2. Here is a resource for helpful information regarding your medication: FDA Medication Guides website at https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cder/daf/index.cfm?event=medguide.page.

3. It is important to note, if prescribed benzodiazepine medication (Xanax, klonopin, Ativan, valium) as needed for anxiety, there is risk of physical dependence, addiction, and increased risk of side effects when combined with certain other medication, and you must be seen in person at least one time per year

4. Here are some crisis contact numbers: 1-800-273-TALK, 1-800-273- 4673. You may also call 911 or go to nearest ER in case of psychiatric or medical emergency or worsening symptoms such as suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, high-risk behaviors, physical symptoms, or any other symptoms that may be dangerous to self or others.

5. Please be sure you understand the instructions to access the link for Telehealth, if needed. Please call the office for assistance with this if needed at 609-922-9744. Fax number 856-254-0019.

6. Payment is expected at time services are delivered. Patients are at risk of Administrative discharge for lack of payment.

7. It is understood a patient has the option to self discontinue care and/or seek care elsewhere with another provider. It is also understood a patient has access to referrals from their insurance provider and from community resources and to emergency care, call to 911, or to be seen in crisis center for emergency, if needed. In the event a patient does not respond to outreach and/or is not seen by one of our providers in 90 days, that patient has chosen to discontinue care. This will be considered an Administrative discharge from our care.