Save time, schedule online.
Now you can skip the phone call and schedule an appointment with most* adult primary care, pediatric, and OB/Gyn physicians at Facey Medical Group directly from your web browser or mobile device. Online scheduling is available through our provider directory on Facey.com or from within your MyChart health record.
Not a Facey patient? Becoming one is easy. If you have PPO insurance, you can schedule your first appointment online through our provider directory. If you have HMO insurance, make sure you've chosen a Facey doctor as your primary care provider before making an appointment. You can learn more here.
*This service is not yet available for physicians at our Valencia Specialty Center location.
How to Schedule an Appointment in MyChart
Scheduling is as easy as clicking the "Schedule An Appointment" link from the right-hand navigation. From there, follow the prompts to select the provider you want an appointment with and the timeframe in which you'd like to come in. You can then Choose from the next available times and dates that match your schedule with your physician's schedule. Please note, the online scheduling system is updated in real-time. Calling the office won't provide you with different availability. Once you've selected the appointment time you want, tell us about why your coming to see us and you're all set.
How to Schedule an Appointment From the Provider Directory
Search for your doctor or the office where you are looking to make an appointment. Doctors you can schedule online appointments with will have a blue button in their profile listing that says "Get Appointment." Click the button and you'll be on your way.
Save Even More Time by Checking In Online
When the time for your appointment approaches, you can save time by completing many of the check-in steps online using MyChart. Look for your upcoming appointment in the Visits section and click the PRECHECK button next to your scheduled appointment. You can then confirm your insurance information, verify medications and your health concerns, pre-authorize any co-payment you may have, and provide us with any additional necessary information.
Remember, you should always call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room if you're experiencing a medical emergency.