Center for Family Medicine–Oconee

We are prepared to care for you

If you are a patient with an appointment, our office will call you and together we will determine how best to conduct your appointment – in-person, over the phone, by video or rescheduled for a later date.

If you are a patient without an appointment and need care, or if you’re not a patient and need care – please call the office and together we will determine the best course of treatment for you.

We focus on you and your family

At Center for Family Medicine–Oconee, your care team includes physicians, resident physicians, nurses, medical assistants, licensed social workers, registered dietitians, pharmacists and support staff.

Our team wants to help you understand your diagnoses and treatment options. We want to partner with you in your care and help you know how to have good health in general.

With specialty training in prenatal care and pediatrics, we provider care for the whole family! We pride ourselves on delivering personalized care to pregnant women, newborns, children, adults and seniors.

You are at the center as we take care of you! We work as a team to give you excellent care. Our care is based on proven science. We want our treatments to work well and to be safe. When you are sick or have questions about your health, we want you to come here to your medical home.

Clemson-Seneca Family Medicine Residency Program

CFM–Oconee will be the home for Prisma Health faculty and resident physicians in Oconee County. Our physicians know about recent advances in medicine and have the latest education in the field. That means we provide the most advanced care possible.


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We will help you with or link you to resources for the following:

• New conditions that need help immediately
• Medical conditions that you face every day such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol
• Annual wellness exams
• Well-child exams
• Counseling for exercise and healthy eating
• Sports medicine as needed
• Special care for women’s, men’s and LGBT concerns
• Office procedures for moles, cysts, minor injuries and birth control
• Home care needs and equipment
• Access to pediatric and adult specialists
• Community and local services
• Women’s health
• Maternity care, including delivery management

For a good visit and better health for you

Your visit with the provider will go better if you …

• Are ready to say how you or your family member is doing (at work, at home, at school, with sleep, etc.)
• Write down and bring a list of questions
• Bring a list of all doctors you see and their contact information
• Ask for help in creating and sharing a complete record of your care
• Bring a list of all medicines (prescriptions and over the counter) you (or your child) take

Access and communication

Our practice wants to be available when you need us. Please ask about any special communication needs you have or any help you need in reaching us.

• If you call for advice after hours, the doctor on call will be paged and will return your call within an hour.
• When you have tests or procedures, we will call you within four days if the results are abnormal.
• If you need a specialist, we will give you information about that practice and how to make an appointment. Either someone from that practice or a CFM-Oconee staff member will give you the appointment information.


New appointments: To reduce wait times, we see patients by appointment only. When you are sick and need to come in right away, we can provide same-day appointments.

Missed appointments: If you cannot keep an appointment, please call our office at least 24 hours in advance.

After hours: If you think you are having an emergency, please call 911. If you need to speak with one of our doctors, call the main line . The answering service will talk with the doctor on call.

Nurse visits
To see the nurse for shots (including for birth control), blood pressure checks or weight checks, please make an appointment. For more information, call our main line.

Prescription refills
For a refill request, please call our office during office hours. You can pick up the medicine in two days from your pharmacy. Prescriptions for controlled substances require a visit with a provider.

Medical records and forms
You can ask for your medical records at our front desk. Immunization records will be available in two business days.

When you are in the hospital
Our care does not stop in the clinic! If you need to go to Oconee Memorial Hospital, we have a team of doctors who can take care of you there. Our team in the hospital and our doctors here in the clinic work closely together to provide ongoing care, no matter the setting.

Insurance and payment policy
Our office visits are billed to your insurance provider as an outpatient facility for Prisma Health. Our faculty oversees the residents in our program and can bill a professional fee for that role. This fee creates what is known as a split bill. As a patient you may see two bills, one from University Medical Group for the professional fee and one from Prisma Health for the facility bill.

Medicare and Medicaid have provisions in their billing structure to allow payment of these oversight faculty professional charges. Many private insurance payers do not. If you have questions about whether your private insurance would cover your visit to CFM–Oconee, please contact your insurance company for guidance on your coverage guidelines.

We will file your insurance for you. You will need to pay insurance copayments and other money owed at the time of service, unless previous payment arrangements have been made. All co-payments are expected during check-in. We accept credit cards, checks and cash.