Patient First recently joined the business community with a ribbon-cutting on September 22. The Hamilton medical center is, for now, the third in New Jersey for Patient First. Situated along the Route 130 corridor, this new facility is convenient and immediately accessible for mid-Jersey residents. The Neighborhood Medical Center sits on the site of the former Savoy’s Restaurant adjacent to The Shoppes at Hamilton.
Among the 200 guests on-hand for the Patient First Open House were Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede, Mercer County Freeholder Andrew Koontz, and MIDJersey Chamber CEO Robert Prunetti. The Urgent Care Center officially opened for patients on September 23 and was off to “a wonderful start” in its early weeks, according to Community Relations Coordinator George Yanoshik, Jr. “The Hamilton community has been very welcoming.”
Patient First is planning additional medical centers in New Jersey, with a facility opening in Delran this November and Voorhees and Cherry Hill locations set to open in 2016. Each location is open 365 days a year from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. and is equipped with digital x-rays and lab testing as well as prescription drugs, electrocardiograms (EKGs), health screenings, and other outpatient services such as sutures, and IV fluids. Occupational health services, for employers and employees, are also available to provide efficient and reliable medical care for both pre-employment and workers’ compensation services.
Patient First opened its first location in 1981 and now operates 59 Neighborhood Medical Centers in the mid-Atlantic region. For more information on services or occupational health care, visit them online at patientfirst.com or call the Hamilton center at (609) 568-9383.