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Labor Day

In observance of the Labor Day holiday: All offices will be closing on Friday September 1, 2022 at noon. We will return to our normal business hours on Tuesday September 6, 2022.

Attention ConnectiCare Subscribers

Dear ConnectiCare Patient,

We are sorry to inform you that ConnectiCare has placed annual “benefit limitations” or a “cap” on the number of visits and services that you can receive in our offices.

We hope that you will remain a patient in our practice as we work with them to resolve these issues. Any services that we provide for you that exceed their policy limits, will be considered an “uncovered service” (retroactive to April 1, 2022) . We are upset by any inconvenience this may cause you.

If you decide to continue receiving medical care at FCAAIA after you reach ConnectiCare’s “cap” on services, we ask that you sign a waiver agreeing to be financially responsible for any charges that exceed your policy limits and leave your credit card information on file. Your credit card will only be charged AFTER ConnectiCare rejects the claim that we submit and it will only be charged the previously negotiated amount that they would have reimbursed for your care before you reached their service cap.

Our billing office will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.



Unfortunately, COVID is not over.  Despite the CDC’s recent easing of mask recommendations, we at FCAAIA are still concerned for the safety of our patients and staff.

We still require that all patients  older than 2 and their families coming to our office wear a face mask covering mouth AND nose. Surgical, N-95 , or KN-95 masks are preferred.  Cloth masks do not provide the same degree of protection.

Vented masks and bandanas are not comparable alternatives and are not permitted.

We are hopeful that the pandemic will really be over soon, but wishing it so does not make it so.  Thank you for your on-going cooperation.

****Please check the POSTS below frequently for updated office information****

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