Covid-19 Requirements:

For in-person appointments, please wear a face mask.
If you have a fever, cough or shortness of breath, call the clinic to reschedule your appointment.

Make an Appointment

Emergency Care is not provided at Free Access Health Clinic. 

For medical emergencies, please dial 911.

With appointment scheduling at your fingertips, it’s easier than ever to get the care you need. We offer a variety of appointment types and scheduling options to make connecting with a health care provider simple and painless.

How to Make an Appointment:

Online appointment scheduling is available for in-person and telehealth visits.

Clinic Hours:

Saturdays, 8:00 am – 12:30 pm

All visits are by appointment only. This is NOT a walk-in or urgent care clinic. You must have an appointment to be seen by one of our providers. NO WALK-INS WILL BE ACCOMMODATED. 

Who Can Be Seen:

Adult Patients, 18+ years old


400 Swift Street, Unit 100
South Burlington, VT 05403



Not Provided:

No controlled substances.
No prescription narcotics.

New Patients

Submit the “New Patient” online form to make an appointment.

Are you interested in becoming a new patient? Setting up your initial appointment is easy!

Existing Patients

Request an Appointment Online

Step 1: You must be a patient already seen at the FAHC. After your first appointment, FAHC emails you an Patient Fusion account setup invite to create a username and password.

Step 2: Create your username and password to set up your online Patient Fusion account.

Step 3: Once Patient Fusion account has been created, click the “Request an Appointment” button below which will bring you to the Patient Fusion login screen. Log in with your username and password, and then, on the left-hand side of the screen, choose “Appointments” and (1) click on “Book Appointment”, (2) select the provider you are requesting to see, (3) select your preferred date and time from the list of available appointment options and follow the prompts.

Step 4: After submitting the appointment request, you will receive an email to notify you if your request has been confirmed or denied.

Your Appointment Checklist

Covid-19 Requirements

Patients are asked to bring and wear masks for their visits.
Plan to arrive for your first visit 30 minutes prior to your appointment’s scheduled time.

First Visit: Documents Required to Determine Eligibility for Financial Assistance to Cover Prescriptions and Diagnostic Lab Work. 
Proof of residency:

Examples are a valid driver’s license or ID card, current rental lease agreement, vehicle registration or a utility bill dated within one month.  Your proof of residency must have your name and your PHYSICAL ADDRESS on it.  We cannot accept documents with P.O. Boxes on them as proof of residency.

If you are employed:

One month of pay stubs or bank statements showing direct deposits. If you are working for cash, please print this Verification of Employment form and have your employer complete it and bring it with you.

Proof of household income for the last 30 days:
Most Recent Taxes filed: Examples include 1040 or 1040 EZ tax return. We do not need your W-2.  If you are self-employed, we will also need a copy of your 1040 Schedule C.
Other Types of Income: If you receive Social Security, disability, Veterans benefits, pensions, SNAP benefits, unemployment compensation or child support, then we need a statement/court order from the provider covering the current period.
If you are insured:

We will need a copy of your insurance card.

Required Documents & Completed Forms for all Appointments:

New Patients: Please bring all the “Required Documents for First Visit” as explained in the above section.
All Patients: Complete and submit all forms emailed to you prior to your appointment visit.

Cancellation Policy:

Patients are asked to please call to cancel and/or reschedule appointments 24 hours in advance. Failure to do so results in a “No Show” distinction. Two consecutive “No Show” appointments results in a 6 month wait for service.

Do you Require an Interpreter or Translator?

When scheduling your appointment, please let us know if you need an interpreter/translator available during your appointment.