Peachtree Immediate Care Opens New Urgent Care Clinic in Tucker, GA

ATLANTA - Nov. 14, 2019 - PRLog -- CRH Healthcare (CRH), the leading urgent care operator in the greater metropolitan Atlanta area and the exclusive urgent care partner of the Emory Healthcare Network, has recently opened its thirty-second Peachtree Immediate CareTM location in Tucker, GA, a Northeastern Atlanta suburb. The new clinic is conveniently located on Hugh Howell Road, next door to Longhorn Steakhouse and across the street from Chick-fil-a.

The new urgent care clinic held a well-attended ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, November 12th, which featured an appearance by the city of Tucker Mayor, Frank Auman. Mr. Auman thanked and encouraged the Peachtree Immediate Care team and said that, "…friends of Emory are friends of ours."

"We would like to thank Mayor Auman and everyone else who stopped by to welcome us to the community," said Bill Miller, the CEO and co-founder of CRH Healthcare, the parent company of Peachtree Immediate Care. "Tucker's urgent care options have been limited throughout the years and we are excited to begin serving the area. The services offered in our clinic will allow patients to be seen without the long wait or high costs of the emergency room."

Open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, 7 days a week, the new clinic is well-equipped with seven exam rooms and staffed by board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. In addition to the very capable staff, the center contains CRH's interconnected electronic medical record system, online check-in, an on-site lab, and digital x-ray capabilities.

Urgent care services will include treatment for ailments that require attention but are not life-threatening. Examples include: flu-like symptoms, strep throat, minor burns, pink eye, ear/skin infections, diagnostic x-rays, diagnostic lab testing, urgent medications and more.

In addition to Urgent Care services, the clinic also offers occupational health services that include physicals (e.g., pre-employment, annual, & DOT), worker's compensation injury treatment, and drug testing, including eScreens.

The center is located at 4327 Hugh Howell Road, Tucker, GA 30084, and can be contacted via phone at 678-800-1279 or email at Tucker@peachtreemed.com.

In addition to its Tucker opening, CRH Healthcare recently opened new Peachtree Immediate Care clinics in Griffin and South Covington, Georgia. The company has announced plans to open its thirty-third location in Morrow, GA this December.

For more information about Peachtree Immediate Care or CRH, please visit https://www.peachtreemed.com or http://www.crhhealthcare.com.

About CRH Healthcare

CRH Healthcare (CRH) was founded in 2012 to build a consumer- and quality-focused urgent care center industry leader through both acquisitions and de novo development.  Everything the company does is focused on what it calls "The 5 Cs"—being Convenient, Caring, Courteous, Competent, and Compliant. With operations in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama, CRH is well-positioned in the Southeast to help patients Get in. Get out. Get Better!™  CRH was recently named to Atlanta's fastest-growing private companies list for the fourth year in a row by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. CRH Healthcare is a proud member of the Urgent Care Association of America.

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