Nikita Dixon, MD

Nikita Dixon, MD

 
About

Nikita Dixon, MD

Dr. Nikita Dixon is a board-certified psychiatrist offering services to children and adolescents. Nikita is a graduate of the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.

Accepted Insurances
  • CA | Aetna
  • CA | Alameda Alliance Health Plan
  • CA | Anthem BlueCross BlueShield
  • CA | Aspire
  • CA | Blue Shield of California Promise Plan
  • CA | Centivo
  • CA | Central California Alliance for Health
  • CA | Cigna
  • CA | Cigna HealthSpring
  • CA | Collaborative Employee Health Plan
  • CA | Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula
  • CA | Gold Coast Health
  • CA | Health Plan of San Joaquin
  • CA | Humana
  • CA | L.A. Care Health Plan
  • CA | Managed Health Network
  • CA | Molina Healthcare
  • CA | Montage Health
  • CA | Optum
  • CA | Partnership HealthPlan of California
  • CA | Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System
  • CA | San Francisco Health Plan
  • CA | United HealthCare
Specialties
  • Adult
  • Anxiety/Phobias
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • General Consultation
  • Mood Disorders
  • Post-Partum and Women's Issues
  • Pre-teen (Under 13)
  • Schizophrenia
  • Teen (Ages 13 - 18)
  • Trauma/PTSD
States
  • CA-California
Age Ranges
  • 5-12
  • 12-18
  • 18-25
Services Provided
  • Medication Management

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