Urgent Care

When can your primary care provider (PCP) treat you?

For most illnesses and injuries, Oasis should be the first place you call when you need care. If you are a current patient, you may choose to walk-in or call ahead and get an appointment for later that day. If appropriate, you may be given advice for self-care. Your provider could call in a prescription to your drugstore. You can even call at night or on weekends. The on-call physician can be reached by calling Livingston Regional Hospital at 931-823-5611.

Need a walk-in appointment?

Sometimes it just jumps up and “bites” you. If you suddenly become ill or suffer an acute minor injury, we want you to know that we are here for you. If you or your family member experiences a sudden medical need, we invite you to come to Oasis Medical Center for a walk-in appointment anytime from 7:30 a.m. until 30 minutes before our closing time. We will work you in with the first available provider as promptly as possible. If you have a preference for a certain provider and prefer to make an appointment, that is fine as well. Of course, chronic medication management, physical exams, annual wellness visits and such will be by appointment as always. 

We hope the new opportunity for walk-in appointments will allow you to be seen by someone you know and trust. Since you are part of our Oasis family, we believe we are most prepared to treat your illness or injury efficiently and appropriately. 


When should you go to a hospital emergency room?

Emergency rooms are for major medical emergencies only. Go there only when you think your illness or injury could result in death or disability if not treated right away. If you are currently facing a medical emergency please call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.