MedSpring Urgent Care offers Free Screenings in May
Many baby boomers’ bodies may be harboring a silent killer: Hepatitis C. In fact, the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends testing for anyone born between 1945 and 1965 as early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent liver damage, cirrhosis, liver cancer and other complications.
Walk-in clinic offers convenient and affordable care to Lakeview/Lincoln Park
March 11, 2013 (CHICAGO) - MedSpring Immediate Care, a leading provider of immediate health care, opened its third center today in the Chicago area in Lakeview/Lincoln Park. The company made its Chicago debut three months ago with the opening of centers in Arlington Heights and Naperville. MedSpring’s newest center is located at 2868 N. Broadway (just north of the N. Clark and W. Diversey intersection). MedSpring will host an open house at their Lakeview center on Thursday, March 14 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. to introduce the new walk-in clinic to the surrounding community.
The Katy News recently published an article written by MedSpring's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jon Belsher, M.D. The article provided useful tips on how an Urgent Care Center can save you time and money. For the full article, click the link below.
CEO Heath Schiesser recently spoke to the Naperville Sun about how MedSpring differentiates itself from other Immediate Care Centers, and the importance of having a primary care doctor. To read more of his comments, click the link below.
Posted by MedSpring Immediate Care on February 6th, 2013
Center for Disease Control continues to recommend vaccine importance
Beginning Wednesday at 9 a.m., MedSpring Immediate Care, a leading provider of immediate health care will offer flu vaccines free of charge while supplies last at their two Chicago-area centers located in Arlington Heights at 902 W. Dundee Road and in Naperville at 1190 S. Naper Boulevard.