Telemedicine Guidelines have changed effective 7/19/21..

Effective July 19, 2021 Telemedicine Guidelines have changed. Patients are required to be seen in the office for their Monthly Medication Refills. We are still  taking every action possible to protect our patients, our clinical staff and the community from COVID-19.  We continue to require that all patients, staff and visitors wear an appropriate face covering in our office regardless of their vaccination status. .  We have resumed doing medically necessary procedures and seeing patients in the office. If you are exhibiting any Covid-19 symptoms or have been exposed to Covid-19 we ask that you contact the office prior to your appointment and our Providers will determine if a Telemedicine Visit can be scheduled. If the determination is made that a Telemedicine visit is appropriate you will follow the directions below:

Please join us for a secure video call during your regularly scheduled appointment time by clicking the following link:

Use a computer or device with a good internet connection and webcam. We recommend using Google Chrome Internet Browser.

If you run into issues connecting, restart your computer or check out the Simple, free, and secure telemedicine powered by


Our priority is to keep our patients safe and healthy.

Please call to reschedule your upcoming appointment if you:

  1. Have cold or flu like symptoms.
  2. Have been in close contact with someone with flu or cold like symptoms.
  3. Have traveled internationally recently.

Happy Thanksgiving!

cornacopia-900606Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I wanted to say how thankful I am for all of my patients! Without you, I wouldn’t be able to work and live in this wonderful part of the world. I appreciate every one of you!

I am also thankful for my wonderful staff, Erica and Chaunice. They have been such a tremendous help. If you think so, too, be sure to tell them (and me!).

Enjoy the holiday!

Dr. Bunch will Present Current Treatments for Back Pain and Sciatica. Lunch will be provided by Palms of Pasadena Hospital

Back Pain and Sciatica

Jennifer Bunch, MD, Pain Management

Wednesday, November 14

12:00 Noon

If you suddenly start feeling pain in your lower back or hip that radiates to the back of your thigh and your leg, you may have a condition known as sciatica. Sciatica results from a herniated disc in your spinal column that is pressing on the nerve roots in the lumbar spine. Join Dr. Bunch as she discusses this condition – learn about prevention, restoration of function and pain reduction.

Palms of Pasadena Hospital

Professional Building, Boca Ciega Room

1609 Pasadena Ave. South, St. Petersburg