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Affordable payment plans for everyone with high deductible insurance or no insurance
Great results with many conditions including back pain, neck pain, headaches and whiplash injuries
Excellent referral network of specialists if we cannot help
Personalized blueprint rehab plans to speed recovery
Provider for all insurance plans
Over 87% of our new patients are referred to us
Walk-ins are welcome and we offer convenient evening hours
We are one block from the 8th & Pine Metrolink station
Multiple locations for convenience in St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles
Assistant Professor, Clinical Medicine
Washington University Clinical Associates - Grant Medical
Our board certified physician and friendly staff are dedicated to providing you with the highest degree of family health care. Unlike most clinics, our physician firmly believes that prescribing medication is not the only way to improving your health. At Family Clinic we take the time to properly evaluate our patients in order to accurately diagnose and treat them.
Our Mission: Southampton Healthcare’s mission is to provide high quality healthcare to our patients. We are committed to serve a diverse clientele with state of the art medical knowledge and compassionate care. We are here to partner with you in maintaining your health and well being.
On March 3, 1865, a month before the Civil War ended, President Abraham Lincoln authorized the first-ever national soldiers’ and sailors’ asylum to provide medical and convalescent care for discharged members of the Union Army and Navy volunteer forces. The asylum was the first of its kind in the world to provide civilian medical care to Veterans of temporary volunteer forces.
Two earlier soldiers’ homes, operated by the U.S. Army and Navy for Veterans of the Regular military forces, were very small and housed only up to 300 men each. The National Homes housed ten of thousands of Veterans. The National Homes were often called “soldiers’ homes” or “military homes.” Initially only Civil War soldiers and sailors who served honorably with the Union forces—including U.S. Colored Troops—were eligible for admittance. The first National Home, now VA’s oldest hospital, opened near Augusta, Maine, on November 1, 1866. They provided medical care and long-term housing for thousands of Civil War Veterans.