MU Family Medicine is committed to providing high quality care to a diverse patient population that includes pregnant women, children, adults and the elderly.
Family Medicine Clinics
Our mission is to provide patient-centered care to individuals and families. MU Family Medicine manages eight clinics in mid-Missouri.
Three clinics are located in Columbia:
Five clinics are located in rural mid-Missouri communities:
- Family Medicine-Ashland
- Family Medicine-Boonville
- Family Medicine-Callaway
- Family Medicine-Fayette
- Family Medicine-Fulton Family Health
Our physicians provide care for indigent and medically underserved families in the Columbia area:
- Compass Health Network (formerly Family Health Center)
MU Family Medicine Patient Resources
Supportive and Palliative Care Program
MU Family Medicine physicians team with nurses, a chaplain, and a clinical social worker to offer supportive and palliative care services to patients and families. Our palliative care team helps patients/families address needs such as symptom management, determination of healthcare goals, clear communication, and support near end of life. Kevin Craig, MD, MSPH, serves as medical director of the program.
Understanding the Specialty of Family Medicine
At MU Family Medicine, we have a entire team dedicated to your health and wellness. From family physicians to resident physicians and nurse practitioners, we are committed to your care.
Your Future is Family Medicine
Learn more about the role of family physicians, family medicine’s basket of services, and the family medicine model of practice in this flyer created by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Patient-Centered Medical Home
Across the country, a more effective and efficient way of delivering health care is transforming the practice of family medicine; it’s called the Patient-Centered Medical Home. Watch this video, produced by the American Academy of Family Physicians, to understand this concept and how it’s improving patient care, patient satisfaction, and physician professional satisfaction.
Online Health Information for Patients
We have compiled a list of web sites that offer patient information on a wide range of health care topics. These links are not part of our department web site, and we do not assume responsibility for the information they provide.
Note: Medical information obtained from the web should not substitute for the advice of your physician.
- Healthfinder Consumer health information provided by the Department of Health and Human Services
- Women's Health Information Center Women's health information provided by the Department of Health and Human Services
- MedlinePlus Health care information from the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health
- Family Doctor The American Academy of Family Physicians provides health information for the entire family