Premier Family Medical Patient Portal

  • By Premier Family Administration
  • 04 Nov, 2016

Manage your healthcare in our new patient portal

Would you like to be able to request an appointment, renew a prescription, pay your bill online or ask your provider questions without having to wait on hold? Now you can!

Beginning June 16th, our new electronic patient portal will allow you to do all of the above named tasks and more. You may review your health history, request labs and imaging reports at your own convenience and from the comfort of your own home.

In order to access the information, you need to call your provider's office and request an electronic invitation. Once your request is received, we'll send a secure link that will allow you activate your personal portal account. When the account is created, you'll be able to use the internet to perform tasks that used to require phone calls.

It will not change the kind of care you receive or your ability to call the office when you'd like, but we hope it will make it easier for you to get what you need in a way that is simple, user-friendly, and on your own time table.

We appreciate every patient at Premier Family Medical and look forward to meeting your needs in the future!

If you already have a patient portal log in, you can assess the patient portal here.

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