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We are now accepting new patients. Appointments are available Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday, 9 to 11:30 a.m. Call 912-350-8404 to make an appointment.
Our office is located at 1107 East 66th Street in Savannah, one block south of Memorial University Medical Center.
Our family physicians care for the whole person and the whole family – from newborns to the elderly. We partner with you to treat illnesses and injuries, provide preventive health screenings, and manage chronic conditions. We are an academic medical practice, which means that family medicine residents are involved in your care. They work under the direction of experienced faculty physicians to assess and treat a variety of medical conditions.
We are proud to be a Level 3-designated patient-centered medical home where a personal care coordinator works with you to help you maintain your best health.
Join Us for Walk With a Doc
Did you know that walking does everything from regulate your hormones to boost your productivity at work? Memorial Health University Physicians-Family Medicine Center is giving everyone an opportunity to start walking with a monthly program called Walk With a Doc. Walk With a Doc is held the first Saturday of every month, at 8:30 a.m. in Daffin Park. You will walk at your own pace along a 1.5-mile trail at the park. Each month, physicians will give a brief talk on a variety of health issues and answer your health questions. Walk With a Doc is free and open to all ages. No registration is necessary, but a doctor's OK is required if you suffer from orthopedic issues, heart conditions, or you are more than 20 percent over your ideal body weight. Learn more about Walk With a Doc
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The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is a team approach to providing total health care. Your medical home team includes your physician, nurses, therapists, home health aides, your friends and family who support you, and, of course, you.
You and your medical home team will work together to help you achieve your health goals. We can answer your questions and help you understand your healthcare needs. If you need help from other physician specialists, we can help with that too.
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Once you are a patient at the Family Medicine Center, you are encouraged to register for MyChart, a free, online tool that allows you to access your health information, request prescription renewals, check test results, email your healthcare team, and schedule your next appointment – all through a secure web portal. You can even register for MyChart at your appointment. To find out more, go to mychart.memorialhealth.com.
If you have an immediate question after the office is closed, call our office and you will be automatically transferred to NurseOne, the 24-hour nurse line at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah. If you have an emergency, please call 911 immediately.