Lake Mead/Town Center Office

Located near Jacksonville’s St. Johns Town Center off I-295 East Beltway (formerly 9A) and Gate Parkway Convenient to Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach, Orange Park and surrounding areas.

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904.379.8094
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[email protected]
Fax
904.379.8688
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D’Arienzo Psychology is generally a fee-for-service private practice, although Dr. D’Arienzo, Dr. Dirito and Mr. Joe Zichi do accept Tricare insurance. As an out-of-network provider for most insurance plans, our office will provide you with documentation to submit to your insurance company for self-reimbursement if you desire. We can also provide you with a receipt for your pre-tax flex benefit plan, if applicable.

As a fee-for-service practice, we can ensure that your privacy and confidentiality are maintained, as insurance companies will not have a right to your records and Dr. D’Arienzo is under no obligation to speak to an insurance company about your treatment.

If you have Tricare insurance, our office will obtain authorization and facilitate scheduling of you or your family member.

 

 

D’Arienzo Psychology
11512 Lake Mead Avenue
Unit 704
Jacksonville, FL 32256

Convenient to Southside area residences, schools and businesses

Driving Directions

Beaches:
Take J Turner Butler Blvd./SR-202 West
Exit I-295 South
Exit Gate Parkway (exit# 54) and Turn Left at light
Turn Right on Ozark Drive and go to the end
Turn Right on Lake Mead Avenue
We are the first building on the Right (bldg. 700)

Down Town & North of Jacksonville:
Take I-95 South
Take J Turner Butler Blvd./SR-202 East
Exit I-295 South
Exit Gate Parkway (exit# 54) & Turn Left at light
Turn Right on Ozark Drive and go to the end
Turn Right on Lake Mead Avenue
We are the first building on the Right (bldg. 700)

Orange Park & Mandarin:
Take I-295 South
Continue on I-295 North East Beltway
Exit Gate Parkway (exit# 54) & Turn Right at light
Turn Right on Ozark Drive and go to the end
Turn Right on Lake Mead Avenue
We are the first building on the Right (bldg. 700)

St. Augustine & South of Jacksonville:
Take I-95 North
Exit I-295 North East Beltway
Exit Gate Parkway (exit# 54) & Turn Right at light
Turn Right on Ozark Drive and go to the end
Turn Right on Lake Mead Avenue
We are the first building on the Right (bldg. 700)

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