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

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January 24, 2018

5 things you may be doing wrong with household first aid

Everybody has their go-to first aid remedies. Things like gargling salt water for a sore throat, or inhaling steam to relieve congestion are fairly commonplace. What most don’t realize is that some of those old remedies do more harm than good! Here are 5 things that you didn’t know you were getting wrong: Apply first aid ointment to a cut…

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November 8, 2017

Boils: who gets them and how to treat them

What’s over a half inch in size, really painful, and bursts into a gross mess? Did you guess that it’s a boil? If you did, you’d be right! The good news is, they aren’t serious (with a few rare exceptions), and typically resolve themselves on their own. What is a boil? Boils are hair follicles or oil glands that have…

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October 11, 2017

2017 Flu Shot Facts

Flu season…it’s the least wonderful time of the year. Between stuffy noses, aches, and nausea, we’d all rather skip it, but every year it insists on turning up again. Luckily, you don’t have to fall victim to this nasty virus if you make sure to get your family to an urgent care for a quick and easy vaccination! Check out…

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September 27, 2017

Bites and stings: symptoms and treatment

Sometimes, it really hurts when you get bitten or stung by an insect or spider. Then other times, you don’t even know it happened! Insect and spider bites vary depending on the type of bite it is, but they all sometimes cause some swelling, redness, pain and itch. Most of the symptoms will subside within a few hours or a…