Several University of Missouri Health Care clinics have relocated to new facilities. Read about where you can find the care you need.
South Providence Medical Park
On Jan. 21, 2015, patients from several MU Health Care clinics began seeing their health providers at a new facility located at 551 East Southampton Drive, near the intersection of Providence Road and Southampton Drive in Columbia.
Called South Providence Medical Park, the first building at the park is a two-story, 85,500-square-foot clinic, which now houses pediatric primary care and family medicine services previously provided at the Green Meadows and Woodrail clinics, and expanded outpatient behavioral health services. The new building also houses mammography and laboratory services, as well as a large pharmacy with drive-through services.
For a list of clinic hours and phone numbers, please visit www.muhealth.org/locations/south-providence-medical-park.
“By offering these services in one location, we can offer all-around care to the whole person and the whole family” -Mitch Wasden, EdD
Mizzou Quick Care Clinics
Opened in September 2014, Mizzou Quick Care clinics are located inside Hy-Vee stores at 25 Conley Road, 405 East Nifong Boulevard and 3100 West Broadway. Each clinic is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends. Clinic providers see patients 2 years and older who might need treatment for routine illnesses or common conditions, including sore throat, urinary symptoms, skin rashes and minor injuries. The clinics also offer employment screening physicals, sports physicals, pregnancy tests and limited adult immunizations. Mizzou Quick Care clinic hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends.
To reserve a spot at one of the clinics or check out services offered, please visit www.mizzouquickcare.com.
Mizzou Therapy Services
Mizzou Therapy Services opened a new, larger location at 4040 Rangeline Street in Columbia. The new 5,000-square-foot facility features seven private examination rooms, two work stations, a reception and lounge area, and a gym. It is a full-service facility where patients receive all types of physical medicine or rehabilitative care.
Sarah Hwang, MD, assistant professor of clinical physical medicine and rehabilitation and director of women’s health in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, will be on site three days a week. She is one of only two physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians in Missouri trained in treating women’s pelvic pain. She also is able to address other musculoskeletal problems in women, including pain during pregnancy.
Mizzou Therapy Services offers comprehensive physical medicine and rehabilitation care for adults at four locations. Other Mizzou Therapy Services centers are: