About the OBFMC Family Practice clinic
At Olive Branch Family Medical Center we offer primary care services for your entire family. This means we take care of children of all ages for well child visits as well as illnesses. We see both male and female patients of all ages for routine physicals, breast exams, and all acute or chronic illnesses. Our staff is committed to caring for your health needs. We want your visits to be as pleasant as possible
Prescriptions and refills
Most prescriptions can be renewed by phone but only from 8 am until 5 pm. We do request for all chronic medication refills that we have at least 7 days advance notice. Please be advised that for new prescriptions and antibiotics, you will be advised to come in for an evaluation. Also please note we no longer accept fax requests for refilling of chronic medications from local pharmacies due to significant duplication of requests. For medications that you take every day for chronic problems, when we see you during your office visits we will give you enough medication to last until your next recommended visit for this problem.
Calling for a refill on the same day you run out of medicine creates unnecessary turmoil within the office and stress on the patient. When you call please have your pharmacists phone number or location and names of medications with frequency and strength.
We are located in Olive Branch, at Hwy 78 and Hwy 305.
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8 am to 7 pm Monday through Friday
8 am to 12 pm Saturday
If you are not going to be able to keep your appointment please call 24 hours in advance so that the appointment may be given to someone else.
If you have an emergency after office hours, call the regular clinic number. Your call will be taken by an answering service which will then contact the doctor on call. If your condition is life or limb threatening, go directly to the emergency room, but be sure to call our office within 24 hours so appropriate insurance authorizations can be arranged. We do have a policy of not calling in narcotic medications since we do not have the chart available.