Contact Us

Mailing Address:

Oakbrooke Professional Center                                              Operations Manager: Alycia Piccioni, CFPC                   516 Innovation Drive, Suite 103                                           Office Manager: Joye Piccioni                             Chesapeake, VA 23320                                                         Clinic Manager: Patti Marsh


(757) 495-0606                                                                                                                                                 (757) 842-6605 fax


Email: frontdesk@tfmcpc.com

**This email address is not secure and is not intended to transmit any medical information.  If you are interested in communicating with our office regarding your medical information, please see Email Registration for instructions.**

Office Hours:

 Monday              8AM – 4:30PM

 Tuesday              8AM – 4:30PM

 Wednesday        8AM – 11:45AM

 Thursday             8AM – 4:30PM

 Friday                   8AM – 3:30PM

During normal working hours:

  • For a routine physical examination or a medical follow up, call our office and an appointment will be made for you at your convenience.  You may also email us your requested appointment time if you are registered with our secure email messaging system.  If you have already been registered - click here to access your secure patient portal account.
  • For a sick visit, call our office and an appointment will be made for you as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours.
  • For emergency needs, call our office and a trained healthcare provider will guide you on how, when, and where to obtain needed medical services.

After normal working hours:

You should call our office and receive directions on how to access a physician.  A physician is always available, twenty-four hours per day, seven days a week.  For emergent issues that cannot wait until the next business day, we strongly encourage you to contact our on call physician prior to making any medical decisions or being seen at a local urgent care center.  You will always receive clear instructions on what to do and where to go. 

NOTE: If you believe that you have a severe medical problem, we strongly recommend that you immediately go to the nearest hospital emergency room or dial 911.