When you need emergency care, you want the reassurance of knowing you are getting the best care as quickly as possible. Coffee Regional Medical Center is prepared to handle any illness or injury you have, any time of day.

We are available 24/7 to care for you and your family. Our team including five physicians trained in emergency medicine, trauma, life support and other related areas, care for more than 30,000 patients each year.

If your injuries or illness require us to consult other physicians, we are able to call on other experts using telemedicine. This allows us to talk with colleagues across the state and country and, if necessary, arrange transport to highly-specialized emergency or trauma services.

In the event of a medical emergency, dial 911 immediately.



Walk-in Care for Less Critical Injuries and Illness

Sometimes it is hard to know whether you need emergency care, walk-in care or you should wait to talk to your doctor. If you are sure you have a less critical injury or illness, we offer walk-in care 7 days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., at 205 Shirley Ave. You can simply walk right in. No appointment needed. If you want advice about whether the clinic is the appropriate place for care, call 912.383.6966.

Our Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Provides Care Before You Arrive

Coffee Regional Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provides advanced life support services within the 600 square miles of Coffee County, answering about 6,000 calls per year. Our EMS team provides critical care before you arrive at the Emergency Department. We coordinate your arrival so our Emergency Department team is ready and waiting for you.

Our fully-licensed Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and Paramedics and modern equipment allow us to better care for our patients.

Charles A. (Drew) Bagwell, M.D.
Ricky Bair, M.D.
Linda Michelle Bixler, FNP-C
Ed Bryan, M.D.
Charles Cowart, M.D.
Bobby Guess, FNP-C
Justin Harrell, M.D.
Steven Johnson, M.D.
Paul Lenzo, M.D.
Debra Rathbun, FNP-C
Jeffery Winge, M.D.