Columbus, Ohio, September 23, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Hometown Urgent Care and Occupational Health continues its growth strategy with a new clinic opening October 14 in Groveport, Ohio. The additional site is the fourth newly constructed clinic for Hometown in less than 12 months.
The expansion in Groveport, Ohio will serve as an occupational health clinic, catering exclusively to employers/employees in Groveport, Canal Winchester and southern Columbus areas. The clinic model will allow Hometown to meet local employers healthcare needs quickly and reduce wait times for their employees while continuing to save healthcare costs. The Occupational Health Clinic will also improve efficiencies at the existing Hometown Urgent Care center by reducing wait time for urgent care patients.
The expansion provides a win-win scenario for employers, their employees and also the local community seeking faster urgent care needs. Later this year, Hometown also plans to add Physical Therapy services at the new Occupational Health Clinic thereby providing complete injury care management for work injuries of local employers.
“What makes us unique is our ability to capitalize on the demands of two primary consumers,” said Paul Legue, Director of Operations, Columbus, Region. “Not only are we providing residents access to affordable, convenient healthcare, but we are customizing services to employers for injury care management, pre- and ongoing employment services and employee health needs.”
Hometown Urgent Care is Ohio’s largest urgent care system, operating urgent care and occupational health centers in Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, North East Ohio and Michigan. The company provides convenient, affordable medical care for non-life-threatening medical conditions ranging from ear infections to fractures to sports physicals. Hometown Urgent Care is an active and enthusiastic member of the communities that it serves, and takes part in numerous health and community events in Ohio and Michigan.