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Through GPPC Online Bill Pay, users can easily pay bills, schedule payments, and transfer funds. The service is secure, reliable, and easy to use. GPPC Online Bill Pay also offers customers a wide range of features and benefits, such as the ability to set up automatic payments and receive payment reminders. GPPC Online Bill Pay also offers customers a variety of payment options, including direct
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Please call (866) 853-9551 to pay your bill. Or, click on the “Pay Your Bill” at the top of the webpage and you can pay your bill online.
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Welcome to the General Physician, P.C. Patient Portal Login Page
Please sign in to the General Patient Portal to access your patient portal. A WARNING TO PATIENTS IN ALBION/MEDINA, CARDIOTHORACIC, OR AT DR To access the Perna’s/Ippolitos office, you must log in using the relevant section. For technical support regarding the patient portal please call 716-422-5801.
Dr. As of Noon on April 1, 2022, Anthony Perna’s office has switched to a NEW patient portal.
Your existing portal account is no longer active. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the NEW portal if you are an active portal member.
The new patient portal will securely receive all of your current records.
Call our MEDENT Support Team at (716) 422-5801 to request your activation code if you have not received one by April 5th.
How do I sign up for the Patient Portal?
The procedure for enrolling you in the patient portal will be initiated by the office of your primary care or specialty provider. When you register, you will receive a paper copy of the Portal Activation, or a letter will be mailed to you. Please get in touch with your primary care or specialty office so they can help you get activated if you didn’t receive an activation code or letter.
What is the Patient Portal used for?
You can access your medical history, preventive care advice, appointment schedule, test results, communicate with your doctor about your care, download educational materials, and ask for prescription refills.
What information can I see in the portal?
The portal displays basic lab results, blood pressure results, allergies, your list of medications, patient instructions, and a list of your medical issues. It also lists any upcoming General Physician and PC appointments, patient education opportunities, and resources that are available.
What is an eVisit?
A secure online consultation with your primary care doctor, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner is known as an electronic visit (eVisit) and is started through the patient portal. It is intended to deal with typical, non-urgent health problems that can be identified and treated after hours or on weekends. Only those who are at least 18 years old and have seen a doctor within the previous 12 months are eligible for this service. An eVisit costs $25 and can be booked through the portal with a credit card, HSA, or FSA payment. The cost might be covered by your health insurance plan, so inquire about that.
What test results can I see in the portal?
24 hours after they are entered into the medical record, lab results are accessible. Results from pathology and radiology are accessible 72 hours after being posted to the medical record.
Why can I not see all the lab results?
Some lab results (e. g. Due to their sensitivity, genetic testing, HIV preliminary testing, etc., will not be displayed.
Can I enter my own information into my electronic record?
No, the patient portal is currently designed for viewing only.
Can I give my adult child access to my portal?
Yes, a patient over the age of 18 can grant a proxy user access to their portal account. This can be done in person at Patient Registration.
Can I see my childs medical information?
In response to a request, parents and legal guardians may receive proxy access to their minor children’s portal accounts. Children under the age of 12 are eligible for proxy access. Patients between the ages of 13 and 17 will not be granted proxy access. You’ll get an email warning you that the account will be disabled before the minor turns 13 years old.
Is my health information protected?
Yes, only you can authorize access to your portal.
Can I send my provider/clinic a message?
Yes, through the message option located in the menu bar. Select the provider you want to send to by clicking the “new” button, then start writing your message.
Can I schedule appointments?
The Appointments tab in Menu contains a Request an Appointment form. After you submit the form, a representative from your provider’s office will contact you to confirm. This is for non-urgent issues only.
Can I request medication refills?
Yes, by using the medication option in the menu bar of the patient portal.
Why is my provider/clinic not listed to send messages to?
You can only see and message the providers with whom you have an appointment scheduled or have had an appointment in the past.
How do I send information to another provider?
By selecting the “Chart” button in the menu, the information you want to send, and then at the bottom of the page, the “Send to Another Practice” button, you can send your chosen health information to another practice.
How do I download my record? Choose the relevant visit, press the download button, then save the file to your computer.
How can I send my record?
You will be prompted to send your record by the envelope icon to the right of your visit’s purpose. NOTICE: The recipient’s direct email address is required; it cannot be a Gmail, Yahoo, or Exchange email address.
Who do I call for help with the portal?
Call the office of your provider if you are having issues with the portal.
How do I cancel an account?
Make contact with the office of your service provider and ask a staff member to deactivate your account.
How do I remove a proxy?
To complete the necessary paperwork, you must present a picture ID to Patient Registration. The process of revoking a proxy will take three to five days to complete.
I did not receive an email invitation. What do I do?.
Portal activations cannot be sent via email; instead, they must be delivered to you in person, over the phone, or via mail. Please get in touch with your office if you haven’t received an activation letter by one of these methods.
Can I pay my bill on the patient portal?
Please call (866) 853-9551 to pay your bill. You can also pay your bill online by clicking “Pay Your Bill” at the top of the page.