8/24/2020 - Judge Jeff Branick has issued a mandatory evacuation order for all of Jefferson County for 6:30 A.M Tuesday, August 25th. The office, therefore, will be closed. Please do not come into the office while under order. If you are already scheduled for a telemedicine appointment then you can log on at your scheduled time. If you are scheduled for an in office visit and would like to switch to a telemedicine visit then please call the office and listen to the message for further instructions.
Welcome to Beaumont Primary Healthcare.
Our office has remained open throughout these difficult times and we are committed to continuing to provide options for our patients to address their medical needs.
We continue to see patients in the office. For many patients, we will schedule a telehealth visit. If during the telehealth visit we determine that an in office visit is required, then we will bring you into the office for an in person visit. Telehealth visits will be billed similar to a traditional visit. If we bring you into the office on the same day, the telehealth and the in person appointment will be considered one visit for billing purposes.
The telehealth process is simple and easy to use with almost no problems with the patients using the technology. We have been successfully working with telehealth visits for several months.
For patients who need to be seen in the office we have been taking several steps to ensure the safety of both patients and staff. All patients and staff are required to wear masks for in office visit. We request you wear a mask from home and you must wear the mask for the entire time you are in the office unless specifically directed to remove it during your exam. We are limiting the number of patients in the office at any given time and practicing social distancing at all times.
We are currently accepting new patients. Please call the office to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Marissa Curry, MD, Board Certified Family Practice