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Golden Valley Medical–Osceola

History

Golden Valley Medical clinics enjoy a colorful past and look forward to a bright future. The dream of a young physician in 1923 has grown into a vibrant rural health group that serves four communities—Clinton, Warsaw, Windsor and now Osceola—with 40 providers, 2 physician assistants and 9 nurse practitioners.

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Clinic Info

Golden Valley Medical–Osceola
675 3rd Street
Osceola, MO 64776
417.646.2231

Lobby hours
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Walk-in clinic hours
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Nurse Practitioners take appointments and see walk-ins in the office Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Lab services and vaccines are available at this location.

The Walk-in clinic is designed for prompt care, on a first-come, first-served basis, when you experience a minor illness or injury. Appointments are not scheduled, however, patients are welcome to call ahead and assess the general availability of the practitioner. All patients will "walk-in" for caring and professional services. The walk-in clinic should not replace your primary care physician, but when your doctor is unavailable, the walk-in clinic is ready to get you in and out and back to your busy life. Services are covered by most medical benefit plans. The standard office visit co-pay applies.

All locations are closed the following holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

A provider will be on call at the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital on days when the clinic is closed due to a holiday. All clinics are closed on Sunday.

Walk-In Clinic Services 

The Walk-In Clinic serves patients birth and older. The Clinic includes treatment for, but is not limited to the following:

 Eye infections  Stomach Problems (constipations, diarrhea)
 Ear infections  Minor cuts, scrapes, burns
 Colds  Poison ivy
 Bronchitis and respiratory illness  Skin rashes
 Sore throat  Insect bites
 Sinus infections  Chicken pox

 Swimmer's ear

 Minor sunburns
 Flu symptoms  Cold sores
 Athletes foot  

Other services include physicals (sports, school, daycare), flu shots (when available), sprains and strains, fish hook removal, pregnancy tests, ear wash and adult immunizations (Tetanus, etc).

The Walk-In Clinic Services do not include:

Narcotic Prescriptions (pain pills)  Mental health (anxiety / depression 
Routine medication refills Care of pregnant patient
Chronic (long-term) Pain appointments Orthotic / Prosthetic care
Neck or back (spinal) conditions Anxiety Medication
Workman's Compensation (work/job injury) Cuts on the face or hands

Chest pain or other possible lifethreatening conditions

Dental Problems
TB testing  

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