Monday-Saturday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Fax: (229) 276-3634
Often, urgent care is the most appropriate and efficient option for care for your illness or injury. It’s important to understand when you should visit your personal physician, when urgent care is appropriate or when you should seek treatment in the hospital emergency department.
Crisp Regional Convenient Care provides quick, quality care on a walk-in basis or with an appointment for minor medical emergencies; accidents such as lacerations, burns, bruises, sprains or broken bones; and illnesses like cold and flu. WE see patients of all ages, beginning at six months old. We have on-site capabilities for X-rays, EKG, lab tests (blood work, etc.) and more. We also provide occupational medicine services by appointment, including pre-employment health screenings, employment physicals, DOT medical exams, and more.
While Convenient Care is always an option, your personal physician is often your best resources because he/she knows your overall health. Some physician offices now offer same-day appointments for care. The clinic is an option when appointments are unavailable or if you need treatment outside of office hours.
Any life-or limb- threatening illness or injury should always seek treatment at the Emergency Department (ED). Those suffering chest pain or symptoms of a stroke should call 911 and go directly to the ED. Pregnant women should seek care with their obstetrician or, if an emergency, go directly to the ED.
The Crisp Regional Convenient Care team includes three nurse practitioners and one physician assistant, as well as nurses. E. Milton Jones, DO, a family medicine physician, is the medical director and Lansing Hillman, MD is a Family Practice physician there as well.