A History of Healing
In September 2014, we remodeled and added a separate and additional IAS for our on-site LABCORP phlebotomist, allowing our nurses to have their own space in the original lab. With the added nursing staff we had accumulated over the years, this was a necessary and beneficial addition. In January 2015, construction began once again to add 800 square feet of office space.
Presently, we are converting our current provider offices to 3 more exam rooms for our future doctors. This project will bring the total of our exam rooms to 10. The provider offices and conference/break area have been moved into the new addition.
But whatever space we are in, whatever personnel we bring in, our “is, was, and always will be” is to make sure our patients enjoy coming to the Cox Family Practice, and to ensure that they leave healthy after receiving ideal medical care in our facilities.
Cox Family Practice is dedicated toward providing a strong access to care for all its patients, regardless of which language they speak. Language barriers and miscommunications, due to lack of understanding of different languages, can lead to errors and decrease the quality of care rendered.
To combat these issues, Dr. Cox speaks medical Spanish. Sally Davis, PA-C, speaks French and uses sign language to communicate with the hearing-impaired to provide a better medical experience.
Our RN's are available by phone at their personal extensions to answer any questions you might have about the priority and severity of your conditions or illnesses. If interested in chronic disease and weight management counseling, please inquire with our nurses.
Cox Family Practice provides mental healthcare for our patients. Having Co-Management agreements with these offices allows Cox Family Practice to communicate openly and effectively to provide all of our patients with the highest quality of care possible. Feel free to call our office with any questions, or concerns, regarding this avenue of care. We have co-management agreements with Daymark Recovery Services (336-633-7000) and with Asheboro Behavioral Medicine (336-625-2073).
If you are experiencing an immediate issue and we have no appointments available that day we request that you seek help at White Oak Urgent Care locations. Our Co-Management agreement with this facility allows open communication between our facility and Urgent Care so that we may facilitate in your continuity of treatment. Please request that any Urgent Care send records of your visit to your provider.
Patient Centered Medical Home Level III
Randolph County Readers’ Choice Award – Favorite Physician and Favorite Family Doctor