New neighborhood medical center set to open this week


MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (WTNH) – MedExpress Urgent Care will open the doors to its new location in Middletown on Wednesday. This will mark the third MedExpress location in the state, with the two others in Meriden and Derby.

The company hopes the new location will give patients access to quality healthcare closer to where they live and work.

“Our new center in Middletown affirms our commitment to ensuring local patients, families and employees have access to patient-centered care that meets their needs and busy schedules,” said Sarah Moses, the MedExpress Connecticut area manager. “We’re honored to join Middletown as a neighborhood health care partner and look forward to providing high-quality, convenient and affordable care to the community – one patient at a time.”Related: Recognizing early symptoms and signs to protect children from flu

The new center will be open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and will have multiple exam rooms, a procedure room and an X-ray suite. MedExpress offers services to patients of all ages, including urgent care which consists of X-rays, IVs, labs, minor surgery, stitches and treatment for broken bones, sprains and strains. MedExpress also provides employer health services and basic wellness and prevention services such as physicals and immunizations.

Community members ages five and up can get a free sports physical between Feb. 28 and March 13.

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