SPRINGFIELD OHIO: September 3rd, 2019 – Hometown Urgent Care, Ohio’s largest urgent care and occupational health company, announces acquisition of three clinics operated by Community Urgent Care (CUC), Springfield Ohio. Under this transaction Hometown will acquire certain assets of Community Urgent Care. Hometown plans to consolidate the operations in Springfield and will now operate three clinics at,
38 S Burnett Rd, 1200 Vester Ave., and 1301 W First St.
Services will include walk-in urgent care, wellness, occupational health, and an exclusive Workers’ Compensation injury management program that will provide a one stop healthcare resource for families and employers. Hometown will also partner with the local community, regional hospital and schools to support health care services locally, including providing seasonal care promotions such as flu shot clinics and student sport physicals.
After this acquisition and consolidation, Hometown will operate 33 facilities in Ohio and MI. Hometown plans to add four more facilities in various parts of Ohio in 2019 and has aggressive expansion plans for 2020.
“It is an honor to bring more of our services to Clark County, assuring affordable care for all minor injuries and illnesses to local residents and businesses,” said Narinder Saini MD, Chief Medical Officer of Hometown. “We plan to continue our growth efforts while providing our patients with modernized healthcare convenience.”
Hometown Urgent Care is Ohio’s largest urgent care system, operating urgent care and occupational health centers in Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, North East Ohio, Cleveland and Michigan. Offering full-service clinics that include X-ray, the company provides convenient, affordable medical care for non-life-threatening medical conditions ranging from coughs and infections, to stitches and fractures.