How do I Join a Virtual Appointment

To join your scheduled virtual appointment, you must open ‌either the New Appointment email you received when you originally booked your appointment or the Appointment Reminder email. In the body of these emails, you should see a hyperlink included in the text that reads something like, "Click here to join."

When you find the link and join the virtual appointment, it can take a few minutes for the Practitioner to let you into the virtual meeting room.

How Do I Book an Appointment

How Do I Rebook an Appointment

How Do I Book an Appointment for Another Family Member

How Do I Reschedule Appointments

How Do I Cancel an Appointment

How Do I Add Myself to a Waitlist

To join your scheduled virtual appointment, you must open ‌either the New Appointment email you received when you originally booked your appointment or the Appointment Reminder email. In the body of these emails, you should see a hyperlink included in the text that reads something like, "Click here to join."

When you find the link and join the virtual appointment, it can take a few minutes for the Practitioner to let you into the virtual meeting room.

To join your scheduled virtual appointment, you must open ‌either the New Appointment email you received when you originally booked your appointment or the Appointment Reminder email. In the body of these emails, you should see a hyperlink included in the text that reads something like, "Click here to join."

When you find the link and join the virtual appointment, it can take a few minutes for the Practitioner to let you into the virtual meeting room.

How Do I Book an Appointment

How Do I Rebook an Appointment

How Do I Book an Appointment for Another Family Member

How Do I Reschedule Appointments

How Do I Cancel an Appointment

How Do I Add Myself to a Waitlist

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