By Jeff Shultz
As of this week the Maysville Medical Clinic is now a member of the South Central Medical and Resource Center. According to South Central’s CEO, Lacy Curry, the sale of the clinic was finalized this week. “We purchased the clinic from Southern Plains Medical and we expect to have the clinic open for business by this Monday, November 4,” Curry told the News Star. Curry added the clinic will be open Monday thru Friday with a different South Central provider manning the clinic each day. “We’re excited to have Dr. Susan Jones as part of the clinic staff. She will be providing much needed women and prenatal services,” she said. “Currently there is no prenatal services in the three county area. So we’re very excited to offer this much need health care service,” she added. Jones will be at the clinic on Fridays, depending on patient need. The provider rotation will be as follows: Monday: Novyce “Ginger” Ferguson, APRN Tuesday: Dr. Don Ferguson Wednesday: Charles “Blaise” Jones, PA Thursday: Sean Baker, APRN Maria Morales, APRN will be at the Maysville clinic full time. The staff at the clinic will be bi-lingual and patients will be welcome no matter what their insurance situation is. “We will accept patients who are insured and not insured as well as Medicare patients,” Curry said. Curry said South Central currently has patients in Maysville, Elmore City, Paoli and Pauls Valley. “Our goal is to provide stable health care in Garvin County and we feel this move to Maysville will help us with that goal,” she said.