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Urgent Care of Mississippi are faster and less expensive than the emergency room, and being able to walk right in makes it more convenient than a typical doctor visit.

Our Mississippi Urgent Care locations include Oxford, Southaven, Starkville, Amory.
We accept most insurance plans including (but not limited to) Aetna, Blue Cross, Cigna, Humana and United Healthcare.

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Recent Articles

sunburn Blog
August 23, 2017

Sunburn facts and safety

We all know the pain and dangers that come with sunburn, but did you know that the ultraviolet rays emitted from the sun can start burning your skin in just 15 minutes? And if you stay out longer than that and end up with a painful sunburn, doing so just every two years triples your risk for melanoma, a form…

donated blood Blog
July 26, 2017

What happens to donated blood

Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood, and every year, 6.8 million Americans respond to this need by donating their own. But what happens to the blood after it’s collected and the donation crew leaves for the day? As it turns out, the collection is just the first step of a long series of actions to prepare…

sneezing mississippi urgent care health
May 24, 2017

Why sneezing is vital to your health

Sneezing is a natural occurrence that we’ve all experienced many, many times. Sometimes, it just feels great to sneeze. But did you know it’s also good for you? Sneezing plays a really important role in your immune system by protecting your body from infections and other antibodies that are trying to get in. What do you need to know about…

bruises skin conditions
May 10, 2017

Why do you get bruises?

Bruises are very common and can be subtle (you don’t know it’s there until you touch the sore spot) or very visible. Bruises are skin injuries that discolor the surface of your skin. It happens because blood from blood cells that are hurt by impact collects around your skin’s surface, making your soft skin a little (or a lot) black…