Make an Appointment 

South County Health wants to make scheduling your doctor's appointment convenient for you. We're giving you the access to make your appointment online -- anytime, anywhere. You can make an appointment online for the Center for Women's Health (GYN only) and South County Medical Group Primary Care.

BEFORE MAKING AN APPOINTMENT please read the following carefully:

 

If you are an EXISTING patient of the South County Medical Group, please make an appointment by using the South County Medical Group portal and clicking "Appointments". If you do not have a login, please Create an Account. Once your account is created, please allow 24-48 hours for it to activate before scheduling an appointment online.

Please note you can only schedule appointments online for the Center for Women's Health (GYN only*) and South County Medical Group Primary Care. For all other specialties, please call your doctor's office. *If you are newly pregnant, please call the Center for Women's Health to schedule your obstetrical appointment at 401-789-0661.

How do I know if I am an existing patient?

You are considered an existing patient if you have previously had a medical appointment with a physician at any of the following physician practices:

Make an Appointment (existing patient) >

Please note you can only schedule appointments online for the Center for Women's Health and South County Medical Group Primary Care. For all other specialties, please call your doctor's office.

How do I know if I am a new patient?

You are considered a new patient if you have never previously had a medical appointment with a physician at any of the following physician practices:

 

Make an Appointment (new patient) >

To request an appointment for any of the following imaging tests, please click log in to the South County Hospital Patient Portal >

  • Bone Densitometry
  • CT scan (Computed Tomography)
  • CT scan (low dose for lung cancer screening)
  • Mammography (3D)
  • MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
  • Ultrasound
  • X-ray

If you are unsure whether you are a new or existing patient, please call your physician's office.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911. If you have questions about your symptoms, call your physician or visit the closest Emergency Department.