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Immediate Care Centers marks two year anniversary

Immediate Care Centers of Georgia, L.L.C. is celebrating their two year anniversary on May 6 from 5:30-8 p.m.

The public is invited to meet the staff and enjoy refreshments. You don’t have to wait in an emergency room for hours; you can be in and out in less than one hour.
Immediate Care Centers of Georgia offers prompt medical attention six days a week. They have highly trained and experienced medical staff, accepting pediatric patients, 12 months and older and all adults.

They also provide treatment for a wide range of Worker’s Compensation injuries, pre-placement services, DOT exams, auto accidents etc.
Immediate Care Centers of Georgia has a digital X-ray suite for efficient detailed evaluation of fractures, respiratory conditions and more. They also have a full laboratory, along with delivery of other diagnostic testing. After being evaluated your care will be communicated confidentially back to your primary care doctor.

Immeidate Care Centers of Georgia have a friendly relationship with local Specialists if needed for urgent referral, from Orthopedic Surgeons to Eye Specialists.
So why wait in the Emergency Room? Leave the ER for true life-threatening problems. If you have an urgent medical problem, come and be seen by one of the highly motivated health care providers at Immediate Care Centers of Georgia. They are In-network provider for many health insurance plans. Located at 90 Greencastle Road, Tyrone, Ga. 


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