HealthCare Coordination

Welcome to Your Medical Home

When accidents and illnesses arise, finding the best type of health care for your specific needs can be confusing. If you sprain your ankle over a weekend, should you go to the emergency room? Can your primary care physician treat accidental poisoning? And what exactly is an urgent care center? When you need medical attention, where should you go?

Granville Health System’s network of health care providers offers a broad range of advanced medical services designed specifically for you and your family. Below we explain the differences between the services provided by the Primary Care facilities, Emergency Department, and Urgent Care of Granville Health System.

Your access to the very best health care begins with a medical home: your primary care physician.

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You can call any of our primary care facilities to schedule an appointment. Our caring physicians and skilled medical staff are available Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Same-day appointments may be available.

Granville Primary Care, Oxford
1032 College Street, Oxford, NC

Granville Primary Care, Butner-Creedmoor
1614 NC Hwy. 56, Creedmoor, NC

About the Emergency Department

The Emergency Department at Granville Medical Center is ready to respond to medical emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can rest easier knowing that an experienced team is ready to care for you and your family anytime an emergency may happen.

When you visit Granville Health System’s Emergency Department, you can feel confident that you will receive high-quality medical care as quickly as possible. Our patients are treated by skilled and compassionate nurses, board-certified emergency physicians and physician assistants.

Granville Medical Center Emergency Department
1010 College Street, Oxford, NC

When to Call 911

Medical emergencies happen far more often than you may think and we never know when they will happen. During an emergency, seconds can make a difference…

If you have a life-threatening emergency or need an ambulance, call 911.

Life-threatening situations require immediate medical intervention. Call 911 whenever the following symptoms are involved, or you feel it necessary:

  • Chest pain
  • Chemical exposures
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Serious burns
  • Loss of consciousness, unaccustomed headache
  • Poisoning
  • Severe allergic reactions
  • Weakness on one side of the body or difficulty speaking
  • Uncontrolled or severe bleeding
  • Eye injuries
  • Seizures

These are only examples, of course; you must always use your own judgment to decide if an ambulance and/or emergency care is needed.

When you need immediate care

South Granville Medical Center’s is designed to care for you and your family when medical attention is needed right away without an appointment, but your needs aren’t serious enough for the Emergency Room. Examples may include ear infections, sprains, minor cuts and burns, viruses, severe colds, and the flu. Urgent care centers have resources similar to primary care physicians, but they provide comprehensive quality care on a walk-in basis and have extended hours.

If your primary care physician is not available and you need quick medical attention for a non-life-threatening problem, visit South Granville Medical Center.

In addition to having a skilled medical staff, South Granville Medical Center is a full-service medical facility, equipped to provide convenient urgent care close to home when you need it most.

Granville Primary Care, Butner-Creedmoor


1614 NC Hwy. 56, Creedmoor, NC

Extended Hours
Monday – Friday: 7:30AM – 6PM
Saturday: 8AM – 2PM

We accept most insurance plans.