Oxford Family Clinic - Oxford Other Primary Care Provider
1914 University Avenue
Oxford MS, 38655
Contact Name:Michelle Cullen
Contact Phone:(662) 238-7860
Clinic Details:Our philosophy at Oxford Family Care is to treat all patients as if they are family. We strive daily to provide compassionate, high quality healthcare focusing on the unique needs of each patient and their families.
Services:Strep and Flu Tests; Urine Pregnancy Tests; Urine Drug Screening; Stitches; Removal of warts/skin tags; Physicals including pap smears/sport physicals, etc.; Asthma Care; Diabetes Care; Hypertension Care; COPD Care
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