Birmingham-based pediatric urgent care provider expanding opening Alabama Montgomery.

MONTGOMERY, Ala.,  Urgent Care for Children (UC4C), a Birmingham-based pediatric pressing care provider, will be increasing its attain this fall by way of opening its seventh Alabama place in Montgomery. The most modern sanatorium will take a seat at 1470 Taylor Road, throughout from The Shoppes at Eastchase. This region will be the company's 2d to open in 2020 as it continues to hastily increase throughout the southeast.


"Our crew of medical practitioner and group of workers are extremely joyful to start supplying excellent care with much less ready to the metropolis of Montgomery. It has grow to be an increasing number of clear to us that pediatric sufferers want get right of entry to to specialised care, even when their principal care issuer is now not available, in the after-hours and on weekends," defined UC4C Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Allury Arora. Urgent Care for Children creates a continuum of care, supplementing the hours of nearby pediatric offices, and affords an less costly choice to the emergency room.

"As an Alabama primarily based company, we are excited about opening our contemporary health facility in our state's capital. The new vicinity by way of the Whole Foods in Eastchase must provide handy get right of entry to for our sufferers and their families, and we are joyful to have the possibility to furnish care and an industry-best affected person trip when major care is no longer available," stated Urgent Care for Children Chief Executive Officer, Bannon Thorpe.

UC4C opened its first clinic, positioned in Birmingham, in 2017. It opened its Trussville vicinity in 2018, which was once succeeded with the aid of the openings of clinics in Madison, Vestavia Hills and Tuscaloosa, respectively, in late 2019. Its Huntsville health center opened in mid-October, and Bernard Law Montgomery will observe in mid-to-late November, with Chattanooga and Memphis areas opening quickly after. The enterprise runs the nation's first sensory-inclusive pressing care amenities and Alabama's first physician-founded, easiest patient-rated, pediatric pressing care facilities. 

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