WHAT? Oasis Family Medicine is moving.
WHERE? Not far. Not far at all. Six doors up. Same side of the street, same block, same town, same county, same state even. We’ve been at 3527 Ocean View Blvd since 2011. We will soon be at 3541 Ocean View Blvd.
WHEN? Likely January 1st, 2017. Caveat: You know how construction goes (said with a knowing tone). Seriously though, we should be there come January 1st.
WHY? Because we can :) Super thankful for the space we’ve been in since 2011, but now super excited for a little more space. We are SUPER excited and ultimately, the new space should lead to an even better experience for everyone.
Please watch the short video below showing you just exactly WHERE the new location will be in relation to our current office.
Your Oasis Family Medicine Team :)
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