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Your Patient Portal allows access to health records and online payments, not information on skin cancer, facial cosmetic surgery, and education resources Welcome to FSCC. We hope this information streamlines your visit. Patient Portal
at Your Fingertips My FMC Portal will help you manage your health and wellness by keeping you connected in a secure environment to access records and other information related to your healthcare. This application allows you and your authorized family members to play a more active role in managing your health and wellness.
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Our patient portal provides greater access to pertinent health information in a secure system that includes: Availability at Your Convenience We understand your time is valuable. The Portal makes time-consuming tasks simple… a few clicks, and you’re done. You Choose the When and Where Keep the Most Important People in the Loop
Call us at (877) 324-4483. Our Patient Portal is a web-based system that uses real-time technology to provide access to all of your treatment needs. Patients can schedule appointments, view lab results and medicines, and even message directly with our practice.
Step 1: From any computer, tablet or smartphone, go to FCI.MyHealthPatientPortal.com and click “Register” on the login page. Step 2: Enter your date of birth and your unique patient number. Current patients get their unique patient number from their clinic.
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