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CoxHealth opens first primary care clinic in Arkansas

Submitted to Branson Globe

With more than 80 clinics through southwest Missouri, CoxHealth is excited to expand its primary care services to a new state.

In the next few weeks, a new clinic in Harrison, Arkansas, will open to serve patients, offering a new opportunity for individuals seeking care from a family physician. It’s the first primary care clinic CoxHealth has launched outside of Missouri.

“This is very exciting for us, as it’s a new way for us to serve patients, some of whom have been driving great distances for primary care,” says Max Buetow, vice president of Regional Services at CoxHealth. “Our new clinic gives them an entry point into our health system. It’s also a way to connect patients with higher levels of specialist care should the need arise.”

Located in Harrison, the standalone clinic will offer a range of services including primary care, management of chronic health conditions, sports physicals, preventative screenings, and minor procedures. It will be located at 715 Sherman Ave. Suite W, and will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Patients interested in learning more about the clinic and its services, or who wish to make an appointment, may call 417-269-INFO. To learn more about which insurance plans CoxHealth accepts, visit An announcement with the clinic’s official opening date will be made in the coming weeks.

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