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Valley Health Urgent Care Now Open in Ranson

Valley Health Urgent Care Now Open in Ranson

East Mountain Health Physicians and Valley Health System held a ceremonial ribbon cutting today for a new Urgent Care center at 100 Oak Lee Drive in Fairfax Corner Shopping Center in Ranson, WV. The facility opens for patients on Wednesday, June 28, at 8 a.m.

ribbon cutting ceremonyLocated in a growing retail area of Jefferson County, the 4,800 square foot Urgent Care has 10 exam rooms and is staffed seven days a week to treat minor illnesses and injuries on a walk-in basis. Physicians, advanced practice clinicians and nurses are supported by on-site lab and X-ray capabilities. Valley Health Urgent Care centers also offer Occupational Health services, a convenient resource for area employers for workplace injury management, Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration and executive physicals, audiometric testing, drug screening and more.

“We’ve been warmly received by Jefferson County and look forward to serving Eastern Panhandle residents from this new location,” said Chris Rucker, President of Valley Regional Enterprises and Vice President, Valley Health. “We know busy families are looking for convenient, high-quality after-hours care, and employers want to contain healthcare costs and help their employees get back to work quicker. Our accredited Urgent Care centers are a great solution.”

Valley Health operates Urgent Care centers in Martinsburg, WV, and Winchester and Front Royal, VA, and recently collaborated with East Mountain Health Physicians to open a Valley Health Quick Care at Spring Mills in Falling Waters, WV. East Mountain Health Physicians is a nonprofit medical corporation formed in 2014 to help serve the healthcare needs of Eastern Panhandle residents.

“We are excited, humbled and proud to open this new facility, which offers convenience and value to Eastern Panhandle residents, including hundreds of Valley Health employees and their families,” said Valley Health President and CEO Mark H. Merrill. “We are committed to improving access to quality health care in West Virginia, through our Urgent Care and Occupational Health locations.”

The new Oak Lee Drive Urgent Care will be open Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 8 pm; Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm. On-line check-in is a popular feature of Valley Health Urgent Care centers, enabling patients to secure an appointment and skip the wait.

Valley Health Urgent Care is accredited by the Urgent Care Association of America. Visit valleyhealthlink.com/urgentcare.