CoxHealth Services Primary Care Schedule Your Appointment Ready to see a primary care physician? We're ready to help. Our offices are open. If you need help finding a primary care doctor, call us at 417-269-INFO.CoxHealth has experienced primary care providers dedicated to family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics. We have locations in communities across southwest Missouri. In many cases, same-day or next-day appointments are available.Looking for information on the COVID-19 vaccine?Please note our primary care clinics, urgent care locations and walk-in clinics do not have the vaccine. We will be scheduling vaccinations at dedicated vaccination locations. If you’re interested in getting the vaccine, please see our vaccine page for the latest information. Questions about COVID-19? If you have questions about COVID-19, visit our coronavirus page for more information.Our PrecautionsWe're doing everything we can so you can access the care you need. We've expanded our Virtual Visits services so you can now schedule virtual appointments with your primary care doctor using Virtual Visits Primary & Specialty Care. We're also talking needed precautions for safe in-person appointments. Our offices are open for you to come see us. Learn more about our precautions. Services We Provide Annual physicalsBlood pressure checksCare for common illnesses and injuriesHealth screeningsImmunizations Lab servicesPrescription management and refillsRegular check-upsSports physicals Primary Care Providers See All Specializing Providers navigateleft medicalbag Kristen R Snyder-Hernandez, MD Family Medicine Cox Medical Group Physician CoxHealth Center Campbell 2750 South Campbell Avenue Springfield, MO 65807 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-269-2281 View Profile medicalbag Kimberly McGinn-Perryman, FNP Family Medicine Cox Medical Group Nurse Practitioner (NP) CoxHealth East Battlefield Clinic 3525 East Battlefield Street Springfield, MO 65809 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-269-1499 View Profile medicalbag Leta Jane Barnes, PNP Pediatrics Cox Medical Group Nurse Practitioner (NP) Pediatric Center 3443 South National Avenue Springfield, MO 65807 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-269-2000 View Profile medicalbag Bridget Hay, FNP Family Medicine Cox Medical Group Nurse Practitioner (NP) CoxHealth Family Medicine & Obstetrics 525 Branson Lndg Boulevard Branson, MO 65616 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-335-7540 View Profile medicalbag Erin Jean Hieb-Morgan, FNP Pediatrics Family Medicine Cox Medical Group Nurse Practitioner (NP) CoxHealth Pediatrics 1000 East Primrose Street Springfield, MO 65807 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-269-3700 View Profile medicalbag Emily H Mebruer, MD Family Medicine Cox Medical Group Physician CoxHealth Center Lebanon 510 E Missouri 32 Lebanon, MO 65536 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-532-8700 View Profile medicalbag Becky A Cumley, FNP Family Medicine Cox Medical Group Nurse Practitioner (NP) CoxHealth East Battlefield Clinic 3525 East Battlefield Street Springfield, MO 65809 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-269-1499 View Profile medicalbag Jeanne Irene Rodman, FNP Family Medicine Cox Medical Group Nurse Practitioner (NP) CoxHealth Center Seymour 202 North Commercial Street Seymour, MO 65746 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-269-2100 View Profile medicalbag Heather Marie McCurdy, DO Pediatrics Cox Medical Group Physician Pediatric Center 3443 South National Avenue Springfield, MO 65807 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-269-2000 View Profile medicalbag Karen Lee Young, FNP Internal Medicine Cox Medical Group Nurse Practitioner (NP) Ferrell-Duncan Clinic 1001 East Primrose Street Springfield, MO 65807 Accepting New Patients Phone: 417-875-2700 View Profile navigateright What Is Primary Care For?Your primary care provider (PCP) is your prevention partner and your first stop for medical care. Most PCPs are doctors, but nurse practitioners and physician assistants can also be primary care providers. PCPs are also known as primary care physicians, family doctors, general physicians or family medicine doctors. One of their most important jobs is to help keep you and your family in good health. They help you understand your medical history and take care of health concerns before they become health problems. You and your child should visit your primary care doctor for routine check-ups or illnesses and injuries that aren't emergencies. They also help manage chronic conditions. Usually, primary care doctors can treat illnesses and conditions in their own offices. If you need more specialized care, they can refer you or your child to a trusted, experienced specialist. How to Choose a ProviderYour relationship with your health care provider is extremely important. You should be able to trust your doctor with your most private health issues or problems, and should feel certain that he or she is your partner. You may need to choose a new provider if you've never had a primary care physician, if you're new to the area or if your current one stops participating in your health insurance plan or no longer satisfies your specific needs. It's best to look for a doctor when you're healthy. When you're ill or in pain, you won't have time or energy to carefully gather information.Here are some good questions to ask at your first appointment to establish care:How can I reach you in an emergency?Is it always necessary to make an appointment? Will you or a nurse answer routine questions over the phone?Who gives care for your patients in your absence?Has a medical specialty board certified you? If so, in what specialty area?At what hospitals do you have privileges? (Make sure the hospital is covered by your insurance.) Primary Care Need a doctor? Call us at 417-269-INFO. Make an appointment with a new provider today. Or, schedule your appointment online. Follow the link below to get started. right Schedule an appointment with your new CoxHealth provider.