Closed For Christmas

Memphis Health Center will be closed Saturday, December 24th – Sunday, January 1st.We will reopen for normal business hours on Monday, January 2nd, 2023. Patients are encouraged to refill their medications, and/or see their provider before December 24th if needed. MHC will offer 24/7 emergency coverage during the holiday closure by calling our office at

Memphis Health Center Thanksgiving 2022

Memphis Health Center will be closed Thursday and Friday, 11/24-25/2022, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We will resume business operations, Saturday, November 26, 2022

New Covid Policy

In an effort to continue to stop the spread of Covid-19, effective immediately, patients are permitted to bring only one guest, age 12 and up only, to their doctor’s appointments. All guests must remain in the front Lobby while the patient waits to see the Provider. Guests are not permitted to wait in the medical,

Independence Day Closure

Memphis Health Center, INC. will be closed on Monday, July 5th, 2021 for Independence Day.

Memorial Day

Memphis Health Center, INC. will be closed on May 31st, 2021 for Memorial Day.

Covid Vaccine Event

1st & 2nd Doses of Monderna Vaccine at Whitehaven Health Center, 4593 Elvis Presley Blvd. Suite 101 Memphis, TN 38116. No appointment needed but encouraged! Limited Doses Available, Call 901-261-2042 or Text “COVID2020” To 474747

All Locations are Open!

All Memphis Health Center locations are open today, Wednesday, February 24th 2021.

Crump & Whitehaven location will be closed due

Memphis Health Center’s Crump and Whitehaven locations are closed today, Tuesday, February 23, 2021, due to water pressure issues caused by inclement weather. Our Pharmacy will be open from 8AM-1PM.

Closed Today for Inclement Weather

Memphis Health Center will be Closed, Monday February 15th, through Friday, February 19th, 2021 due to inclement weather. Please continue to check our website for updates. Thank You


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