Our Brannon office is now open! 

The address is 615 East Brannon Road, Nicholasville KY 40356.  You can reach us at the same number (859) 278-5007.   Services offered at our Brannon office include routine visits with various providers, Medicare Wellness exams, lab & other routine services.

Central Kentucky Family Physicians

At Family Practice Associates of Lexington our mission is simple: to provide preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic health services with attention to individual need. We are dedicated to giving family-centered care from birth to later years in an affordable, high quality manner.

Hamburg Pavilion Location

1775 Alysheba Way #201,
Lexington, KY 40509

Brannon Crossing Location

615 East Brannon Rd.
Nicholasville, KY 40356

Patient Portal

Follow My Health (FMH) makes it easier for you to communicate with your provider and to get test results quicker! Our FMH portal provides easy access through your existing Google, Yahoo, or Facebook account, so you don’t have to remember additional passwords. Don’t worry though because FMH is very secure. Accessing FMH through your Facebook account does NOT post anything to Facebook or allow access to any users except you.

About FPA

Family Practice Associates was founded by Dr. Jeffrey Foxx in 1983 and has grown to one of the largest family practice groups in Central Kentucky. Today FPA is a group of primary care providers who are dedicated to giving family-centered care from birth to later years. FPA has 19 primary providers including: physicians, nurse practitioners and a marriage and family therapist.

Online Bill Pay

Pay your balance conveniently online through Phreesia. If you have any questions about your bill, please contact our office.

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