[Excerpt from Royal Oak Tribune]
Dr. Bernice Sessa, director of Beaumont Urgent Care, and Carolyn Wilson, chief operating officer for Beaumont Health, gave a preview of the new facility Wednesday.
The 4,457-square-foot building is the largest of the 13 Beaumont urgent care buildings up and running so far, Wilson said, and will be the health care giant’s flagship location.
“Our goal is to provide high quality health care … close to where people live and work,” she said.
Beaumont expects to have a total of 30 urgent care centers open by next year, Sessa said.
The first Beaumont Urgent Care to open was in West Bloomfield in February, followed the next month by another in Troy.
Since then others have opened in Allen Park, Farmington Hills, Garden City, Grosse Pointe Farms, Macomb, Novi, Shelby Township, St. Clair Shores and Taylor.
Sessa said the new urgent care center in Royal Oak will initially see about 40 patients a day, but said that number is expected to grow to about 100 walk-in patients daily.
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