Reprinted with permission from BerryFarmsTN.com.
Life is hectic. Work, kids, vacation, back-to-school, football parties, the list goes on and on. It’s hard enough to keep up with everything without the unexpected throwing off our daily to-do list. But life happens. Enter an injury at work, a child tumbling off a bike, or that nasty stomach bug, and our daily routine comes to a screeching halt. What to do? Where to go? You need help, and fast.
Berry Farms, of Franklin, is excited to announce the newest addition to their community that says, “We can handle that.” Physicians Urgent Care opens its doors Friday, August 18th for all your non-life threatening emergencies. This isn’t your typical walk-in clinic. Yes, they can tell you if you have the flu, an ear infection, and perform school and sports physicals, but they are so much more.
Physicians Urgent Care began serving the Middle Tennessee community in 2011 when its first clinic opened in Franklin, then went on to expand to Brentwood in 2014. The urgent care clinics are run by a group of ER doctors who actually live in the community they serve. This allows the providers to offer personal touch in a warm and inviting environment while providing convenient, cost-effective healthcare of the highest quality for your family, without the ER wait.
Their on-site x-ray capabilities, labs, and procedure room allow them to take care of medical illnesses, fractures, and complicated lacerations that most doctor’s offices and clinics cannot.
Physicians Urgent Care loves children! In fact, among the Emergency Room Physician partners in the group they have 18 children. They understand and are educated on how to care for children. They have a dedicated room for taking care of pediatric patients.
“Whether it’s a fever, sore throat, cough, spider bite, fractured arm, or laceration, they will get your little loved one feeling better quickly,” the community’s Facebook said.
Physicians Urgent Care will be open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week and they are hosting an open house on August 30 from 6 to 8 p.m.