Health care

New urgent care center set to open in Auburn

2013-05-06T16:00:00Z 2013-05-06T20:55:10Z New urgent care center set to open in AuburnThe Citizen staff Auburn Citizen
May 06, 2013 4:00 pm  • 

Patients will soon have a new urgent care center to choose from when looking to receive non-life threatening medical treatment in Auburn.

Insource Healthcare Solutions, a Buffalo-based firm, will open a new urgent care center in the city in the middle of June. The Insource urgent care center will be housed at 37 W. Garden St.

According to an IHS press release, the Auburn urgent care center will offer a range of services and treat a range of non-life threatening illnesses and injuries. At the site, patients will have a chance to get lab tests completed, have X-rays taken, sutures given and receive treatment for minor fractures and lacerations.

Melissa Mark Celmer, an IHS spokeswoman, said the firm's urgent care centers offer care based on a flexible hybrid model.

"Our mission is to successfully identify and fix the gross inefficiencies inherent in today's healthcare delivery system," Celmer said. "There are huge gaps engrained in the current system of care that Insource has effectively addressed and is fully prepared to share."

Along with the Auburn center, IHS reportedly plans to open new urgent care centers in Batavia, Doylestown and Newtown, Pa.

The Auburn urgent care center will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. during weekends and on holidays. For more information, visit insourcehealth.com.

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