Renew Integrative Health began in 2018 following a relocation to Newark, Delaware for owner, Andrea Dean's family. Initially, she searched for a like-minded holistic functional medicine practice to join but quickly discovered there wasn’t such a place, so she created one.
Like the patients she treats each day, Andrea also carries many diagnoses and endless treatment lists. She understands the emotional, physical, and financial ramifications of these health obstacles and strives to provide helpful outcomes for her patients on a daily basis.
Her approach through years has always been a bit different than colleagues, questioning the rationale of treatments without the ultimate goal of healing. Andrea has continued to identify parallels and breakthroughs between her own healing and her patients, which has steered Renew Integrative Health's treatment model to treat the source, not just the symptoms, with empathy and care.
Meet the team
As the founder and owner of Renew Integrative Health, Andrea leads her practices with compassion, understanding, and empathy. Her approach to healing is through a holistic perspective that "when you heal the brain, the body will follow."
Frequently Asked Questions
We do not contract with insurance companies however, the majority of testing has been covered by insurance. It is the responsibility of the patient to verify insurance coverage.
We accept all major credit cards, debit cards, flexible spending accounts, cash and bank transfers.
M-Lend has been serving the medical community for 20 years. M-Lend offers 0% APR for at least 12 months for qualified applicants with financing up to $100,000. There is no required payoff or back accrued interest charges. There is no cost to apply. There are no prepayment penalties which allows patients to pay off their balance when it is convenient for them. Contact M-Lend at: 888-474-6231 for any additional information or apply online at: www.mlendfinance.com/financing
Yes, we offer telemedicine appointments after the initial in office appointment.
We do offer evening and Saturday appointments by request.
Yes, in the state of Delaware Nurse Practitioners may practice independently and are authorized to prescribe medications and order necessary testing.
No, testing will be ordered following your initial appointment.