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APP–Family Medicine clinics on Murphy Road and Black Oak Drive can get you in quickly.

If you’ve got a non-life-threatening illness and need care right away, you’re in luck. Select APP family medicine clinics are offering employees and dependents enrolled in the Asante Health Plan same-day appointments even if they have a primary care provider elsewhere or don’t have a PCP at all.

The clinics have dedicated acute care providers from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or can arrange for you to be seen urgently at any APP family medicine clinic.

Call APP–Family Medicine, 555 Black Oak Drive, at (541) 789-8000 to see Carl Griesser, MD, or Bryan Kim, MD. At APP–Family Medicine, 691 Murphy Road, call (541) 789-6460 to see Charles Dungan, FNP. If you’re already a patient at either of these clinics, you can schedule an appointment through MyChart. Depending on the reason for your appointment, a video visit through MyChart may be an option.

Non-life-threatening conditions include respiratory illness, cold and flu symptoms, earache, cough, sore throat, skin rash, minor burns and cuts, urinary tract infection and seasonal allergies.

This service is in addition to Asante’s New-Patient Access program, which allows employees to establish care with a new provider quickly. If you don’t have an Asante primary care provider, call (541) 789-1234.

Also, if you’re seeking to establish care with a primary care provider, here are a few accepting new patients enrolled in the Asante Health Plan or the Asante Health Network:

If you’re seeking women’s health or prenatal care, the following providers are accepting patients at 560 Catalina Drive in Ashland:

For a complete list of APP primary care providers accepting new patients, call the New-Patient Access line at (541) 789-1234.

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