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Your Hometown Doctor - Meet Kim Webb, DO

Luxuries of living in a college town are vast. From entertainment, restaurant options, sporting events and more, we have lots of options to choose from for pretty much anything. Another true advantage is our medical community in Oxford. Although not officially recognized as a “regional” medical center, Oxford really is. Being 80+ miles from a major medical facility requires communities like Oxford to have specialized physicians and enough general practitioners to be able to serve the local Oxonians, but the college students too. When I started at Ole Miss, a million moons ago, we had only one urgent care facility, maybe 3 general practitioners, three pharmacies (one of which was where Hemline currently is) and one smaller hospital.