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Georgia Urgent Care Closing for 3 Weeks Starting Monday, 8/21

Earlier this week our Urgent Care clinic in Georgia experienced a broken water pipe inside a wall, which resulted in a large leak that saturated walls and insulation within the walls. Work to remove the insulation and repair the walls will begin on Monday, August 21.  

Urgent Care services will not be available in Georgia for at least three weeks during the cleanup. To try to maintain as many services as possible for the community, we will still offer bone density and X-Ray Services at the Georgia site. (NOTE: Patients seeking a walk-in X-Ray MUST have an order) 

Patients coming in for these diagnostic tests will enter and register normally, but will then escorted to the diagnostic imaging space through the Physical Therapy space.  

The clinic will be open Monday through Friday for Diagnostic Imaging from 8 am to 5 pm. The hours for Physical Therapy will remain the same.  

Georgia Urgent Care staff will be relocated temporarily to the St. Albans clinic to provide extra capacity.  

Thank you for your patience as we work as quickly as possible to correct the problem.