Virtual Visits

For detailed instructions on how to start a virtual visit, click here.

**ATTENTION to All that will access – iPhone, Android, Windows and Mac users (12/17/2021)** Before we begin your virtual visit, we ask that you please update any devices you are wishing to use for your virtual call. Our virtual visit platform works best if your mobile device is on the latest update, and if your computer and browsers are as well. We are very sorry for the inconvenience, but we want to ensure that the call goes as smoothly as possible. Thank you.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: For safety reasons, patients are NOT permitted to engage in FPCA virtual visits while driving a vehicle. If the vehicle cannot be pulled over, the virtual visit will be rescheduled to another time.**

Click the link for your primary location to start a virtual visit:

Chrome or Safari are required for personal computers and Android devices. FPCA Virtual Visit is NOT compatible with Internet Explorer or Edge.

Virtual Visit Hours:
For virtual visit availability and hours at a specific location, please visit your FPCA office location’s page.


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Getting Started

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First-Time Users


First-time users, please read the following:
A virtual visit is similar to an office visit with your provider, but instead of coming to the office, you will be connected by a secure video link with your provider.  You will be able to see your provider and your provider will be able to see you (similar to FaceTime or Skype).  A webcam and microphone are required to conduct a virtual visit!

There are two types of virtual visit visits:

  1. On-Demand Visit – this is similar to a “walk-in” visit in that you sign in and a provider who is available will see you.  These types of visits are available during our usual walk-in hours.
  2. Scheduled Visits – this would be a visit that has been previously scheduled with your provider.  Before you have your scheduled visit, you will have to register at the link below.


Visits can be for both acute (“sick”) visits and also for follow-up visits for various conditions.

Appropriate Sick visits would include (NOTE: These are at the discretion of your provider / primary office location and virtual visit may be denied with a request to be seen in-office):

  • Minor respiratory illness – such as sinusitis, minor cough, and congestion.  Do not use this if you have shortness of breath or asthma/lung disease, or you have a high fever.
  • Minor rashes such as poison ivy,  dry skin or minor skin irritations
  • Chronic urinary tract infections
  • Mild stomach flu
  • Mild heartburn
  • Minor injuries
  • Smoking cessation
  • Weight problems
  • ADHD Medication Refills
  • Depression/Anxiety Follow-Up
  • Travel Health Visits
  • Transitional Care Management

Visits that may be appropriate for follow up care with your provider include:

  • High blood pressure
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • ADD
  • High Cholesterol
  • Reflux/heartburn
  • Migraine headaches
  • Acne
  • Erectile dysfunction

Virtual visits are not for emergencies.  You should not request an appointment for any serious or life-threatening conditions.  Conditions that would not be appropriate for virtual visits would include:

  • Chest Pain
  • Heart symptoms such as palpitations
  • Seizures
  • Neurological symptoms that might suggest a stroke
  • Bleeding
  • Shortness of breath
  • Severe vomiting or diarrhea
  • Severe pain
  • Significant injuries with possible broken bone
  • Head injuries
  • Substance Abuse or Alcoholism
  • Severe depression or suicidal thinking

We use a secure video link that is HIPAA compliant.

If indicated, your provider will be able to prescribe medication that will be recorded in your chart.  We will not be able to prescribe controlled drugs such as narcotics (Percocet, Vicodin etc.) nor sedative medications such as valium, lorazepam, Xanax, etc.  If you are on a controlled drug on a regular basis, a virtual visit may be appropriate for some follow-up visits, if your provider is comfortable with this.

We will bill your insurance, but if it is not covered by your insurance you are responsible for paying the cost of the visit.   If your insurance denies payment for a virtual visit, you will be billed at our discounted cash payment fee.  These visits vary in price, but are similar to in-person office visits and vary depending on the complexity of the visit, number of problems discussed and/or the amount of time needed to complete the visit.

We will make every effort to treat you during the virtual visit, but there may be times where a face-to-face visit is required for accurate diagnosis and treatment.  So during your virtual visit, you may be directed to schedule an appointment to be seen at our offices.