DAYTON, OHIO: May 15, 2019 – Hometown Urgent Care and Occupational Health, Ohio’s largest urgent care system, has open the doors to its newest location, 3602 N. Main Street, Dayton, Ohio. Walk-in hours are seven days a week, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 7:00 pm, and Saturday – Sunday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. All insurances will be accepted including Medicare and Medicaid plans.
The new center will provide North Dayton patients and local employers access to affordable healthcare since the closing of Good Samaritan Hospital in July 2018. In addition, Hometown works with many local Medicare and Medicaid providers, such as CareSource, to provide patients with the best options for any non life-threatening emergencies.
Services will include walk-in urgent care, wellness, occupational health, and an exclusive Workers’ Compensation injury management program that will provide as a one stop healthcare resource for families and employers. The center’s contemporary style ambiance with leading age equipment and treatment rooms (including digital X-ray and EKG) keeps an atmosphere that allows patients to be seen quickly without the burden of long wait times.
“A large number of emergency room visits are for non-life-threatening conditions and can be treated in center like Hometown. We also average a 45-minute total visit time,” said Manoj Kumar, owner and CEO of Hometown Urgent Care.
On May 21st the North Dayton clinic will be holding it’s Open House from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Mayor Nan Whaley and Steve Ringel, Caresource President of the Ohio Market, will both be present to cut the ribbon and provide their remarks on the new clinic. This will be Hometown’s 8th clinic in the Dayton area.
Hometown is known for its fast growth, and the North Dayton expansion marks as the company’s 32nd and counting fully equipped medical clinic, a considerable landmark from the original three-locations based company in Dayton, Ohio. Today, Hometown Urgent Care is Ohio’s largest urgent care system, and one of the Midwest’s largest providers having expanded operations into Michigan.