Premier Urgent Care, Now In Cinnaminson, NJ

CINNAMINSON, NJ. – Premier Urgent Care will open its 16th center and first in the Cinnaminson, NJ area at The Shoppes at Cinnaminson (195 Route 130, Cinnaminson, NJ) on Wednesday, December 10, two weeks preceding the opening of Premier Urgent Care’s first center in Doylestown, PA. “We’re excited to be in Cinnaminson, NJ and open our first two centers in the area,” said Michael Geiger, COO of Premier Urgent Care. “Our beautiful center and delivery of care is so different from what many patients expect, we think patients in Cinnaminson, Palmyra and Moorestown will really welcome the type of health care and customer service we’re known for. We provide fast, effective treatment from 9am to 9pm for most injuries and illnesses, with little or no waiting time.” What is Urgent Care? Urgent Care is a category of walk-in clinic focused on the delivery of acute care in a medical facility outside of a traditional emergency room. You may see it as an emergency room alternative, with faster service and a comfortable, caring atmosphere. Urgent care centers primarily treat injuries or illnesses requiring immediate care, but not serious enough to require an ER visit. Premier Urgent Care Centers are open from 9am – 9pm, 365 days a year, and patients are seen on a walk-in basis, with no appointment necessary. What makes Premier Urgent Care different from other healthcare centers is their focus on patients beyond treating illness. For instance, each site has X-ray, EKG and diagnostic lab equipment on site. Wait time is often much shorter then alternative healthcare centers and the comfortable waiting areas and friendly staff make them the preferred place to get treatment. In short, they provide less hassle, and more hurry, to get you feeling better. With 16 existing centers in Southeastern PA, Southern NJ, and Delaware, and 1 more opening by year’s end, it’s possible to be in short driving distance from a Premier Urgent Care center even away from home. What makes the opening of the Newtown site distinctively unique is its ability to serve the Cinnaminson, Moorestown and Palmyra communities and nearby schools and businesses.

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