New news!  

Starting June 1, my practice will be relocating to:

PrimeCare Partners, 1800 Coburg Rd., Eugene, OR 97401.

 

My practice will be closed for moving 5/26-5/31/17.  

Some important info to know:

  • There is currently no online scheduling at PrimeCare Partners and we are looking into having this service again in the future.
  • Although the office is located in the same building as Eugene Urgent Care, I am still practicing primary care Internal Medicine the same as before.  There is ample free parking. 
  • Insurance:  In Network for same plans as before, plus several others. We are closed to New Patients on Medicare B without a Medicare Advantage plan and also unable to accept new patients on Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid. 
  •  In Network for all Providence Health Plans unless your card states " Medical Home required."

 

If you already have an appointment scheduled with me after June 1st, you will receive a call before your appointment to remind you that the office has moved.  Unfortunately, we will need to start over with registration, to update your address, phone, email and insurance information into the new Electronic Health Record system.  Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment for paperwork and bring your insurance card and photo ID to every visit.

ESTABLISHED PATIENTS:  To schedule an appointment in June at the new location, please call 541-255-3233.  

 

PrimeCare Partners has friendly and competent staff available to take your call and assist you Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. There is no voicemail to leave a message on after hours, so please call during business hours.  After hours calls go to the doctor on call for urgent medical needs only.

 

NEW PATIENTS: 

We are currently closed to new patients for May due to moving the practice.  Please call the new office phone 541-255-3233 after JUne 1st to scheduled a New Patient appointment.   

Please note Dr. Wyatt does not prescribe controlled substances for chronic pain or stimulants for ADHD (opioids, Suboxone, Adderall, etc.)