On Monday, March 13, guests joined the executive leadership of Immediate Care Walk-In Management, physicians and clinical staff, along with Lacey Township Mayor Peter Curatolo and councilmen for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of Immediate Care Walk-In of Lacey. The urgent care center, which opened on January 3, is located at 833 Lacey Road in the Lacey Medical Arts Building and is the company’s fifth urgent care center.
Welcoming remarks were delivered by Immediate Care Medical Walk-In Management CEO, Salvatore F. Cannizzaro. After the ribbon cutting, guests were welcomed to a reception, which included photographs being taken, light refreshments and distribution of gift bags with customized Immediate Care first aid kits. Some of the many public officials in attendance included Deputy Mayor Nicholas Juliano, Councilman Gary Quinn, Councilman Timothy McDonald and Senator Chris Connors was represented by an office member.
Committed to providing convenient and cost-effective, quality medical services, Immediate Care offers walk-in treatment of non-life threatening illnesses and injuries and provide wellness services such as pre-employment, sports and camp physicals, occupational health services and vaccinations/immunizations. Both x-ray and phlebotomy services are available on site. The center is staffed by physicians and nurse practitioners and no appointment is necessary. For a full list of healthcare services or to learn more about Immediate Care, please visit www.immcare.com or call 1-855-Walk-Ins.