As part of its commitment to creating convenient access to healthcare, Hannibal Clinic has opened a clinic in Clarence, Missouri, its sixth clinic in northeast Missouri outside of Hannibal.
“The Hannibal Clinic – Clarence location will allow residents of the area to receive the healthcare services they require, close to home,” said Randy Jobe, Administrator of Hannibal Clinic. “We are excited to offer high quality, personalized services to the residents of Shelby County and the surrounding communities.”
The clinic will offer primary care and laboratory services. Hours will be Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Hannibal Clinic – Clarence is located at 109 East Street in Clarence.
Patsy Hudson, Family Nurse Practitioner, will be the main provider at the clinic.
“I have a strong interest in rural health as I have noted through personal experience that numerous individuals across the country have limited healthcare options,” Hudson said. “My desire is provide care while keeping rural residents in their community. My personal interests include both hunting and fishing and Shelby County offers the perfect opportunity to do both.”
Hannibal Clinic, a member of the Blessing Health System, is a multi-specialty group medical practice of more than 50 providers and more than 330 staff members and professionals. Care is provided at its main clinic in Hannibal, MO; at the James E. Cary Cancer Center, and the Northeast Missouri Ambulatory Surgery Center, both in Hannibal; and at satellite facilities in Bowling Green, Center, Mexico, Monroe City, Palmyra, and now in Clarence, MO.