When you want to be involved in your care but also want attentive, hands-on guidance from a family physician, you want a practice like Baptist Medical Group-Cordova. Centrally located and convenient for all Pensacola families, young and old, the practice’s open-access model provides a unique opportunity for its family medicine providers to develop lasting relationships with their patients. Jose Murillo, M.D., and Layla Lundquist-Smith, M.D., provide same day, Saturday, evening and walk-in appointments for both primary care and acute-care needs. The practice will help you develop a lasting relationship with a physician who can educate you and your family about preventive care, treat minor injuries or guide you through a chronic illness.

Layla Lundquist-Smith, M.D.

Layla Lundquist-Smith, M.D.
"If someone is sick today, then they need to be seen today, and most people would prefer to be seen by a provider they already know, who knows their medical history and has their records already on file. Patients can use an office like ours for almost anything - preventive health visits, school or sports physicals, acute illnesses and minor injuries."

What can patients expect when they have you as a doctor?
Patients and I will work together as a team to set and achieve health care goals.

What are your top priorities with every patient you see?
I strive to educate my patients about their health so they feel empowered to take charge of their own well-being.

Do you have any specific medical interests?
Caring for the entire family from the children to the grandparents.


Jose Murillo, M.D.

Jose Murillo, M.D.
"The basis of family medicine is about building long-term relationships with patients. Our open access practice accommodates a wide range of medical needs that results in better continuity of care because your appointments are at the same location with the physician who knows you best."

How would a patient describe you?
Personable, easy to talk to and approachable.

What’s your proudest moment as a doctor?
Many of my proudest moments as a physician entailed coordinating care for patients along with educating them and their family.

What can a patient expect when they have you as a doctor?
They can expect to be shown the utmost respect and to be treated as an individual not as a condition or illness.