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Partners Urgent Care Open Near Boston Common at City Place

Partners Urgent Care is pleased to announce the opening of its newest Boston center located close to Boston Common. The new healthcare facility is located at City Place at 137 Stuart Street. This is the sixth Partners Urgent Care location joining centers opened earlier this year in Cambridge at Central Square and in the town of Canton at the Village Shoppes. Previously opened clinics in Brookline, Newton and Watertown. Four additional centers are scheduled to open this fall in Medford, Cambridge at Porter Square, Burlington and Woburn. 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.

Inviting Exam Suites at Partners Urgent CarePartners Urgent Care provides high quality, convenient medical care to adults and children older than one. The centers are open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day, including weekends and holidays, and offer treatment for a wide range of illnesses and injuries from coughs and colds to cuts and broken bones. All of the new centers are equipped with digital x-ray and on-site lab capabilities. Unique amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi and snacks and beverages, children’s activities and in-room cable TV are also offered.

Walk-ins are welcome and same-day appointments are available at most centers. Patients covered by most commercial and public insurance plans can be seen at any Partners Urgent Care location. All Partners Urgent Care locations are open to everyone and it is not necessary to be an existing patient of Partners HealthCare.

Partners Urgent Care operates with the clinical and quality oversight of Partners HealthCare, Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and MedSpring, assuring the highest quality of care. Patients who require follow-up care can be assisted with access to the Partners HealthCare system, or referred back to their primary care physician, other health practice or community health center, as requested.

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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