Clearview Regional Medical Center had the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of its second primary care facility on the campus of the hospital Thursday, inviting the public to view the new facility. CEO Michael Johnson noted that the building is already almost full with just one suite left to fill. He said opening this new second building helps increase access to medical services to the local community.
“We want to continue promoting the concept that you don’t have to drive to another county to get the services that you need,” Johnson said.
Doctors Joel Garrison, D.O. and Robyn Petagrew, D.O. are the primary physicians at the new offices of Clearview Primary Care, which has moved into the new offices in Building 2. More information is available at www.clearviewprimarycare.com.
Clearview Urgent Care is expected to open mid-May. It will be open 7 days a week, from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. with walk-ins welcome. Online Check-in is available. More information can be found at www.clearviewurgentcare.com.
One of the other suites is already occupied by U.S. Renal Care, a dialysis clinic that offers in-center hemodialysis, home hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis to those suffering with chronic and acute renal disease. More information about U.S. Renal Care can be found at usrenalcare.com.
Georgia Urology has also opened an office in the new building, staffed by Doctors Roosevelt Allen, Jr., MD, Ronald Anglade, MD and Peter Nicholson, MD. For more information about Georgia Urology and the services offered in the Monroe office, call 770-979-9427.