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Partners Urgent Care Opens 2nd Cambridge Center in Porter Square

Partners Urgent Care is pleased to announce the opening of its 2nd Cambridge center located in Porter Square. The new healthcare facility is located at 1815 Massachusetts Avenue a half block south of the Porter T-line stop and will offer trusted and affordable care to Spring Hill, Neighborhood Nine, Harvard University and surrounding neighborhood communities.

This is the ninth Partners Urgent Care location joining other locations across the Boston-area in Burlington, Newton, Watertown, Cambridge | Central Square, Brookline, Boston Common, Canton as well as the newest center in Woburn. Additionally, it will be opening centers in Medford and Natick this year.

About Partners Urgent Care

Partners Urgent Care is a collaboration between Partners HealthCare, an integrated health care system founded by Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and MedSpring Urgent Care. You can be assured of the highest quality of care given Partners Urgent Care’s affiliation and oversight by some of the nation’s finest medical institutions.

All Partners Urgent Care centers are open 9am to 9pm every day, including weekends and some holidays. Walk-ins are always welcome and same and next day reservations are available.

We treat illnesses and injuries ranging from coughs and colds to cuts and broken bones for adults and children older than twelve months. New locations have digital x-ray and on-site lab capabilities and feature comfortable amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi and children’s activities.

Partners Urgent Care accepts most major commercial and public insurance plans. You do not have to be an existing patient with Partners HealthCare as Partners Urgent Care locations are open to everyone.

For non-life threatening conditions, urgent care centers offer a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to the emergency department. Most visits last less than an hour and co-pays are consistent with that of a routine office visit. For conditions threatening a patient’s life, limb or vision, an emergency department is the most appropriate setting for care.

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