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Piney Flats Urgent Care

About

6419 Bristol Hwy
Piney Flats, TN 37686
(423) 538-5202
36.4231346
-82.32087079999999

 

Think of us for all your non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses

Piney Flats Urgent Care clinic hours

  • Monday through Friday – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Saturday – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Sunday – 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Features & services

Piney Flats Urgent Care offers:

  • No appointment required
  • Treatment for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses
  • On-site laboratory services
  • On-site X-ray facilities
  • Comprehensive evaluations and treatments
  • Health checkups and physicals, including sports, camp, DOT, school
  • Most insurance plans accepted, more cost-effective

Our providers

  • Coy Stone, MD
  • Josh Compton, PA
  • Casey Norris, PA
  • Ken Starnes, PA
  • Timothy Zeolia, PA

Contact us

Sharon Backus, Site Supervisor

Patients may contact Sharon with questions, concerns, complaints or compliments regarding visits to any of our First Assist Urgent Care locations.


Piney Flats Urgent Care is an affiliate of Mountain States Medical Group.

 

What's New

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Regional leaders create Accountable Care Community with support from Ballad Health, Healthy Kingsport and United Way of Southwest Virginia

A leadership committee representing 24 regional organizations, along with more than 150 community stakeholder groups, has created the region’s first Accountable Care Community – a collaborative group whose goal is to transform the health of twenty-one counties in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. ... read more about Regional leaders create Accountable Care Community with support from Ballad Health, Healthy Kingsport and United Way of Southwest Virginia.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Ballad Health Reports Six-Month Results: Better Quality, Strong Financial Performance, and Significant Capital Investments

Ballad Health today announced operational results from its first six months of the fiscal year, and quarterly results for the 2nd quarter. The announcement coincides with the announcement by Moody’s Investor Services that Ballad Health’s outlook has been revised from neutral to positive. ... read more about Ballad Health Reports Six-Month Results: Better Quality, Strong Financial Performance, and Significant Capital Investments.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk

Rather than visit in person, people are encouraged to call the hospital to check on a patient’s condition. It’s also important to remember that people can spread the flu to others for a full a day before they start showing symptoms. ... read more about Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk.

Patients & Visitors

What's New

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Regional leaders create Accountable Care Community with support from Ballad Health, Healthy Kingsport and United Way of Southwest Virginia

A leadership committee representing 24 regional organizations, along with more than 150 community stakeholder groups, has created the region’s first Accountable Care Community – a collaborative group whose goal is to transform the health of twenty-one counties in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. ... read more about Regional leaders create Accountable Care Community with support from Ballad Health, Healthy Kingsport and United Way of Southwest Virginia.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Ballad Health Reports Six-Month Results: Better Quality, Strong Financial Performance, and Significant Capital Investments

Ballad Health today announced operational results from its first six months of the fiscal year, and quarterly results for the 2nd quarter. The announcement coincides with the announcement by Moody’s Investor Services that Ballad Health’s outlook has been revised from neutral to positive. ... read more about Ballad Health Reports Six-Month Results: Better Quality, Strong Financial Performance, and Significant Capital Investments.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk

Rather than visit in person, people are encouraged to call the hospital to check on a patient’s condition. It’s also important to remember that people can spread the flu to others for a full a day before they start showing symptoms. ... read more about Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk.