South County Walk-In and Primary Care has been providing top-notch health care since 2000. The unique private practice, owned by Dr. Monica Gross, offers excellent primary care and walk-in services. “Our team of medical professionals aims to provide our community the convenience of walk-in services with the same compassion and level of care we offer to our primary care patients,” she says.
As a Patient-Centered Medical Home, the practice provides coordinated primary care for patients and manages most of their physical and mental needs, including acute care, chronic care, wellness and prevention.
Dr. Gross’ remarkable journey in family medicine began with her extensive training at Yale, where she received a Bachelor’s in psychology. Her postgraduate studies led her to Tulane University Medical School, followed by a Family Medicine residency at Brown. She obtained her Master’s degree in Public Health, and she volunteered in medically underserved populations in Africa and India, and traveled to Navajo and Hopi Indian reservations to further her training in community health. “I am fortunate to have traveled extensively and to have gained insight into how culture and community impact our health,” she says.
Recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance, South County Walk-In and Primary Care stays on the forefront of healthcare reform as part of the Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation. With a reputable practice and a staff appointment at South County Hospital, Dr. Gross is committed to accessible and quality healthcare.
360 Kingstown Road, Narragansett Medical Building, #104 | Narragansett | 789-1086