FEMM telemed can be a great way to access medical care. Our FEMM trained doctors can work with you to diagnose and treat the underlying conditions and restore health.

Dr. Lindsay Rerko (DO) & Sunny Burnett (NP)
Appointments can be made directly here
Insurance and cash payments accepted; Medicaid accepted; financial assistance as needed>

Current State Licenses: Ohio, West Virginia, New York, Pennsylvania

Dr. Nick Kongonasa (ObGyn)
Appointments can be made directly here
Insurance and cash payments accepted; Medicaid accepted; financial assistance as needed

Current State Licenses: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia,Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

We are applying for licenses in Florida and Minnesota

Dr. Danielle Koestner (DO)
Appointments can be made directly here
Cash payments only; financial assistance as needed

Global consultations, most US states

Dr. Amy Fisher
Allina Health Eagan Women’s Clinic
2805 Dodd Rd Dte 100
Eagan MN 55121
24/7 schedulers

Current State Licenses: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota


What is telehealth?

Telemedicine allows you to have a consultation with a medical provider through audio or video options. You need to have a strong phone or video connection for your telemed appointment. Medical care, consultation, and support can be provided through telemedicine just like a normal in-person visit. If your provider needs to see you for a physical exam, they will let you know during the consultation.

How does FEMM telehealth work?

A certified FEMM teacher can work with you online so that you can learn about your health and cycles. FEMM charting is important because it lets you understand how your body works, and identify if your symptoms or charting pattern indicate the need for medical support.

FEMM can also link you to a FEMM trained clinician, in order to allow you to receive a full health assessment. This can include a review of your charting information, health history, an order for lab tests, the possible need for a physical consultation, and ongoing telehealth care. If your provider is able to offer you a diagnosis, they can also order you medication or other pharmacological treatments.

Who is eligible?

Anyone is eligible for a FEMM telehealth consultation. Your provider will meet you virtually, but otherwise go through the same type of patient consultation you are familiar with in-person.

What is the cost?

FEMM teacher training: the cost for all three sessions may vary by teacher; experienced teachers affiliated with our medical providers are reimbursed through your insurance or through the practice.


FEMM telehealth consultation:

If you have insurance or Medicaid in the United States, your telehealth consultation is covered.
If you do not have insurance or Medicaid (or if you are outside the USA), the cost per consultation is $100.

Financial assistance for those consultations is available based on need.
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