• School Safety Isn’t Just About Bumps and Bruises

    The school year is almost upon us, and that means teachers will be preparing classrooms, students will be getting ready to go back to their friends and classes…

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    School Safety Isn’t Just About Bumps and Bruises
     
  • The Campaign to End Viral Hepatitis by 2030

    On July 28, the World Hepatitis Alliance will sponsor World Hepatitis Day 2016….

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    The Campaign to End Viral Hepatitis by 2030
     
  • Keep Your Baby Safe from Group B Strep

    Having a child is one of the most rewarding, terrifying, and eye-opening things that can happen to a couple….

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    Keep Your Baby Safe from Group B Strep
     
  • Fourth of July Fun and Safety

    With the Fourth of July holiday approaching, friends and family are gathering to celebrate. Cookouts are being planned, fireworks are being bought…

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    Fourth of July Fun and Safety
     
  • With Summer Coming, Safety is First

    June heralds the start of the summer holidays for students. With schools out of session, children will be spending more time outside…

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    With Summer Coming, Safety is First
     
  • Dangers of Heat

    When you think of summer time, what it one thing that instantly comes to mind?….

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    Dangers of Heat
     
  • Alcohol Awareness is for more than April

    Although April is Alcohol Awareness month, it is important to do more than just spend one month focusing on the damage that alcohol can do to someone’s health, their lives, and the lives of their loved ones….

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    Alcohol Awareness is for more than April
     
  • Allergy season is upon us

    Spring is upon us, and we all know what that means: allergies. While the warm weather and the sunshine are great, those dreaded allergies can cause…

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    Allergy season is upon us
     
  • March is National Kidney Month

    Your kidneys play a huge role in making sure that you stay healthy…

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    March is National Kidney Month
     
  • American Heart Month

    February is American Heart Month and it is crucial that we all take care of our hearts. Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women?…

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    American Heart Month
     
  • What you need to know this flu season!

    Flu season is upon us and while no one can predict what the flu season will be like

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    What you need to know this flu season!
     
  • Child Car Seat Hazard

    We all want our children to be safe and healthy throughout the year, but did you know that there is one thing that a lot parents seem to do wrong during the winter?

     

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    Child Car Seat Hazard
     
  • How to Treat a Sprain

    What do you get when you mix cold weather and precipitation? Very dangerous conditions for walking and driving…. (read more)

    How to Treat a Sprain
     
  • Better your health and quit

    We all know that smoking and tobacco in general are bad for your health and that it can lead to cancer. According to cancer.org … (read more)

    Better your health and quit
     
  • Diabetes Control

    Keeping diabetes in check has a lot to do with the foods that one eats.

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    Diabetes Control
     
  • National Bullying Prevention Month

    There’s an old saying: “sticks and stone may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.”

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    National Bullying Prevention Month
     
  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Did you know that 1 in 8 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime?

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    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
     
  • Possible correlation between diabetes and heart failure

    Findings from a recent study

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    Possible correlation between diabetes and heart failure
     
  • Can asthma lead to sleep apnea?

    A recent study has linked asthma to sleep apnea?   (READ MORE)

    Can asthma lead to sleep apnea?
     
  • Sign up for Text Messages!

    We are excited to offer our patients digital communication services. Click here to read more about how our new services can help us communicate better with you and for information on how to sign up for text messages.

    http://www.coxfamilypractice.com/textmessages/ 

    Sign up for Text Messages!
     
  • Strong Doctor-Patient relationship leads to better health

    The doctor-patient relationship is a unique one based on trust and confidence. A sound two-way communication and mutual respect forms the basis of a successful doctor-patient relationship… (read more)

     

    Strong Doctor-Patient relationship leads to better health
     
  • Cox Family Practice: A Patient Centered Medical Home

    Patients Click Here to find out how to access your personal labs and other medical information

    Our Patient Centered Medical Home provides a means for you to stay informed and involved in your healthcare.

    You are at the center of this team and we look forward to serving you and your families’ healthcare needs.

    Cox Family Practice: A Patient Centered Medical Home
     
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  • Introducing Dr. Kirsten Cox

    As a family physician I am blessed to have the opportunity to build long term relationships with patients and their families. These relationships allow me to see the big picture. This better aids in setting healthful goals for patients, so as to improve their lives.

    Introducing Dr. Kirsten Cox
     

Meet our highly qualified staff

The Cox Family Practice staff is here to serve you

Medical Services

One of Asheboro’s finest treatment facilities

Health Insurance and Payment

We accept all major health insurance providers

Health and Wellness Tips

Proper health begins with healthy living and caring for your body.


 

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I would visit no other medical facility in Asheboro than Cox Family Practice. Dr. Kirsten Cox is very knowledgeable and truly cares about her patients. –Fred Burgess, Ramseur

The staff at Cox Family Practice make a visit to the doctor enjoyable for my 3 year old. I would trust no one to the care of my daughter than Cox Family Practice. –Morgan Frazier, Asheboro

I would recommend Cox Family Practice to everyone. The staff is very friendly, and my health is very important to them. Their attention to detail is like none other. –Marla Ritter, Randleman