No. Depending on your wishes, your naturopathic care and medical care can be kept entirely separate or your naturopath may interface with your other medical providers to provide integrated care.
Naturopaths are trained in pharmacology and modern medicine; this understanding allows a naturopath to combine their treatments safely and effectively alongside any other medical care you may be receiving or medications you may be taking.
Naturopaths can also bridge the gap and recommend nutrients that may be otherwise depleted by medications you are taking, or offer natural treatments to help manage symptoms you may be experiencing as a result of conventional medical care. Often, the use of naturopathic medicine reduces the need for other medical intervention.