Golden Valley Medical–Windsor


The Golden Valley Medical clinics have a dynamic past and 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 25 physicians, a physician assistant and nine nurse practitioners.

Clinic facilities include three fully equipped laboratories and x-ray departments, diagnostic ultrasonography and digital mammography, making us one of the largest group practices in rural Missouri.

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Clinic Info

Golden Valley Medical–Windsor
100 S. Tebo St.
Windsor, MO 65360

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

Rural Health Hours
Monday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Our doctors work by appointment, and their time is scheduled through the physician's office. Our staff will attempt to schedule your appointment as conveniently for you as possible. We work by appointments, but also offer same day appointments just not on a walk-in basis. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please call and cancel as soon as possible. This gives other patients the opportunity to see the doctor. If more than one person in your family needs to see the doctor, please let the scheduling staff know when you are scheduling so the proper amount of time will be allowed and the chart(s) will be ready for the doctor.

Workmen's Compensation injuries, emergency cases or acutely ill persons arriving at either clinic during regular hours without an appointment will be seen as soon as possible.

Our doctors try to follow their schedules as closely as possible. However, there will occasionally be emergencies, which may delay your appointment. We will always try to keep you informed about any delays.

If this is your first visit, please arrive at least 30 minutes before your appointment time and check in at the front desk. This allows us time to gather necessary information for your medical record. After your first appointment, please stop at the appropriate reception desk and register each time you come to the clinic. The receptionist will need the following information every time you register: the full name of the patient, the patient's current insurance card and/or Medicaid card, and the patient's current mailing address. If your insurance requires a co-pay, you will be asked to pay it prior to receiving services.

Clinic Departments

Business Office
The business office provides a variety of services including assistance with personal accounts, filing personal insurance and handling other third-party payments such as Medicaid, Workers Compensation and VA.We also carry immunizations for both VFC and Private Insurance patients The staff will always be glad to answer any questions you may have about your account.

Our clinic laboratory has trained staff who perform the tests requested by your provider. We utilize state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and integrated information systems. Our laboratory consistently receives certificates of accreditation from COLA and CLIA.

Medical Records
Maintaining one consolidated record ensures that all medical care given at the clinic is a matter of record for any of our physicians who may see the patient. All information in your medical record is confidential.

The imaging department takes and develops the diagnostic x-rays requested by your doctor. It is staffed by a certified x-ray technologist under the supervision of a radiologist, a physician specially trained in this field. Your x-rays are part of your medical record and are kept electronically.


If you require hospitalization for medical or surgical treatment, your clinic physician will make the arrangements for your admission. Any business matters regarding payment of the hospital account are discussed with the hospital admitting department during your admission. Please remember that the hospital and the clinic are separate businesses, and you will receive a bill from each. The clinic bill will include the medical care administered by your doctor during your hospital stay. You may receive tests that require a physician, other than your family doctor, to perform and/or to interpret.

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