SAVANNAH — ExperCare Urgent Care, a locally owned and operated urgent care center, had a grand opening and ribbon cutting on March 3 to celebrate the company’s new office in Savannah.
The ExperCare Urgent Care in Savannah is in the Kroger shopping center at 318 Mall Blvd., Suite 300-B. Members of the Savannah community were invited to tour of the state-of-the-art clinic, the second location for the medical group, and enjoy steamed oysters and entertainment.
“We have looked forward to expanding to Savannah and opening a medical facility that is centered around delivering not only excellent medical care but exceptional customer care as well,” said Catherine Grant, one of ExperCare’s founding partners. “Our mission is to provide our patients with access to the care they need when they need it, while ensuring quality of care. It was really important to us to bring together exceptional medical care with excellent customer service in an urgent-care setting.”
Originally founded as The Urgent Care Center of Richmond Hill in 2009 by Savannah native Grant, along with Lori Gaylor, PA-C, and Robert Mazur, MD, the ExperCare in Bryan County has earned numerous accolades, including 2012 Business of the Year by the Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce, and has been voted “Best Customer Service” by readers of Bryan County News and “Best Doctor” by the Richmond Hill community.
ExperCare provides patients a range of health services beyond urgent care including physical and wellness checks, treatment for seasonal colds and flu, vaccinations, X-rays, lab testing, EKGs and occupational medicine. The group recently named Savannah native J. David Carson, MD, director of occupational medicine and associate medical director at both locations. Carson has more than 18 years of clinical practice in occupational medicine, and 22 years in emergency medicine, with 14 of them at Memorial Health, where he was medical director in the emergency department.
“We treat patients of all ages and all walks of life, from business professionals on a tight schedule to babies, children, grandparents and even Savannah visitors,” Gaylor said.