Premier Health confirms next urgent care locations


Premier Health said today its next urgent care centers will open in Beavercreek and in Washington Twp.

The Dayton-based health system said the new sites are part of a market-wide rollout. The initial urgent care centers opened early this year and the rollout should continue through the end of the year.

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The urgent care in Beavercreek will be located at 2400 N. Fairfield Road in a new retail development being constructed in front of the Target shopping center. The location in Washington Twp. will be located at 6071 Far Hills Ave. in a shopping center anchored by Dorothy Lane Market.

Exact dates of each site’s opening is yet to be set, but should be this fall.

Premier Health has opened seven urgent care locations over the past six months in Englewood, Huber Heights, Mason, Miamisburg, Springboro, Troy and Vandalia.

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Premier said each location “has met or exceeded the health care group’s expectations” for the amount of daily patients.

“Premier Health Urgent Care locations were designed to fill an unmet need for non-emergent health care issues that arise outside of the regular hours of a patient’s primary care office,” Michael Maiberger, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Premier Health, said in a statement. “The response we have received from the neighborhoods in which we operate have exceeded our original expectations confirming this is a service our community needs.”



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