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We are now accepting new adult patients aged 18 and older. Appointments are available Monday through Thursday, 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 843-836-3800 to make an appointment.
Our office is located at 14 Okatie Center Boulevard, Suite 101, in Okatie, South Carolina.
Our physicians treat adults 18 and older for illnesses and injuries and provide preventive health screenings.
We are proud to be a Level 3-designated patient-centered medical home where a personal care coordinator works with you to help you maintain your best health.
What are your office hours?
How long does it take to get an appointment?
Do you take my insurance?
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How do I transfer my medical records from my previous physician to Legacy Center?
What if I have a question after office hours?
Once you are a patient at Legacy Center, you are encouraged to register for MyChart, a free, online tool that allows you to access your health information, request prescription renewals, check test results, email your healthcare team, and schedule your next appointment – all through a secure web portal. You can even register for MyChart at your appointment. To find out more, go to mychart.memorialhealth.com.
If you have an immediate question after the office is closed, call our office and you will be automatically transferred to NurseOne, the 24-hour nurse triage service at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah. If you have an emergency, please call 911 immediately.
What is a D.O.?Osteopathic physicians hold a “D.O.” degree. They are fully qualified physicians who are licensed to prescribe medication and perform surgery. Just like a physician with an “M.D.” degree, osteopathic physicians must complete four years of undergraduate education followed by four years of medical school. After medical school, they complete internships, residencies, and fellowships. Just like M.D.s, they must pass licensing exams in order to see patients. Osteopathic physicians may choose to practice internal medicine, family medicine, surgery, pediatrics, or some other specialty.Osteopathic medicine focuses on the “whole person” rather than specific symptoms or illness. In medical school, D.O. students learn therapeutic techniques and physical manipulation to help encourage the body’s natural healing abilities. The field espouses disease prevention and wellness.