L3HFMC will be closing early on Wednesday at 2pm and reopening late Thursday at 1pm
Call (321) 726-1600 to schedule an appointment during our regular exam hours, 8:30am – 5:30pm. We also offer extended-hours (early morning and late afternoon) appointment times to meet the needs of our patients, 7:00am – 6:00pm.
Click here for more information about scheduling lab work
L3HFMC accepts minor emergencies (e.g. sprains, strains, lacerations, nausea, fever, earaches and minor injuries) on a walk-in basis during office hours with the first available physician.
Important information about labs: As a courtesy, we will draw labs if one of our physicians orders them. Quest will bill your insurance directly so co-pay/co-insurance may apply, depending on which insurance plan you have and their coverage.
A staff physician is on-call to handle urgent situations outside normal business hours for L3HFMC patients by calling (321) 726-1600. For non-urgent issues, such as, prescription refills or lab/imaging result inquiries, please log on to the L3HFMC patient portal to leave a message that will be answered the next business day.
The Oaks Mall
1800 West Hibiscus Boulevard, Suite 101, Melbourne, FL 32901
(one block directly North of the Melbourne Square Mall)
Open Monday through Friday (closed on major holidays)
Lab: 7:00am – 3:30pm
Physicians: 7:30am – 6pm – (Extended Hours)
Pharmacy: 7:30am – 6pm
24/7 Physician Access: On-Call Service and MD Messaging via Patient Portal – see details in After-Hours section below.
You may use L3HFMC’s Patient Portal to contact your PCP doctor for follow-up questions, status reports and/or updates on your condition. For new or complicated issues, please schedule an appointment to see your doctor. Your illness will not be diagnosed or treated via e-mail.
Emergencies: If you are having a serious emergency, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, bleeding, etc., call 911 or go directly to the nearest emergency room! If you need to speak to someone at L3HFMC on an urgent basis, call (321) 726-1600. Do not use e-mail to contact the L3HFMC for potentially emergency-type problems.