Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday: 8am-7pm

Saturday: 8am-2pm

Sunday: 1pm-6pm

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(919) 775-3020

3072 S Horner Blvd Sanford, NC 27332

(919) 542-4450

628 East Street Pittsboro NC 27312

  • Meet Dr. powell

    "I chose this field for the opportunity to treat a variety of illnesses in all age groups from pediatrics to geriatrics. As an emergency room physician, I provided medical care and surgical intervention for acute trauma and acute and chronic illnesses."

  • Meet Dr. Hargett

    "I chose to practice emergency medicine and urgent care medicine for the sheer pleasure of dealing with the immediate problems and the gratification of seeing an immediate outcome."

  • Meet Marshall Putnam P.A.

    "I decided to become a physician assistant after working with other physician assistants during my Air Force career as a clinical laboratory scientist. I saw how they made such a positive impact on patients."


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