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NEW CALDWELL CLINIC OPENING EARLY 2019
Primary Health to Build in College Marketplace Development
Boise, May 31st, 2018 – Primary Health Medical Group has announced plans to open its second Caldwell clinic, which will be located in the College Marketplace development at 21st and Chicago Street in Caldwell.
Groundbreaking is scheduled for Wednesday, June 13th at 10 AM, and the clinic will open to the public in early 2019. With 11 exam rooms, an x-ray suite, trauma room, lab and procedure room, the clinic will be equipped for staff to address a variety of health care concerns. Services will include walk-in urgent care and work injury care, as well as family medicine by appointment. Virtually all insurance plans are accepted, and a discount is offered for self-pay patients.
Primary Health CEO David Peterman, M.D., explained the decision to expand in Caldwell.
“Patient quality of life improves when quality health care is accessible and affordable, and College Marketplace is exactly the type of development we look for when deciding where to open our next clinic. Our existing Caldwell clinic has been very busy, and the community is supportive of our plans to open a new clinic so we can care for even more patients in the Caldwell area.”
Growth has been steady for Primary Health Medical Group, which is consistently voted one of the 10 Best Places to Work in Idaho. Additional new clinics opened in 2018 in Nampa and Meridian, and a new Pediatric Urgent Care clinic will open at Eagle and Franklin Roads in Meridian in 2019. Primary Health is currently hiring staff and physicians. Interested individuals are encouraged to visit www.primaryhealth.com for more information or to apply.
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Boise-based Primary Health Medical Group is a predominately primary care medical group with 19 clinics and 80 providers seeing nearly 400,000 patient visits a year. Most clinics offer walk-in urgent care and appointment-based family medicine, so unlike the traditional model, providers can work together to address episodic and chronic care needs. The group also has physicians in pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, sports medicine, dermatology, occupational medicine, and ear, nose, and throat. Learn more at www.primaryhealth.com.
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