New NorthBay Urgent Care facility to open on Highway 29 – Times-Herald

American Canyon and North Bay Healthcare leaders gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony for a new emergency medical facility that will open in the summer of 2022.

The plan is for North Bay emergency medical care to occupy 4,500 square feet and require 10 laboratories, x-rays, and laboratories. The 6,600-square-foot building has the capacity to add primary and specialty care services in the future.

NorthBay Healthcare has partnered with Carbon Health to already operate two emergency medical centers in Vacaville and Fairfield retail stores.

The facility is similar to the Vacaville and Fairfield emergency medical centers, with an open and airy design and an advanced technology kiosk for convenient check-in.

Vacaville emergency care is located at Nut Tree Plaza, and Fairfield emergency care is located at Solano Town Center, just one block from the North Bay Medical Center. Both are easily accessible to locals and travelers, have proven to be viable alternatives to emergency rooms, have low waiting times, are low cost, and are readily available to regular doctors. There are options if you can’t.

The American Canyon facility is located in a commercial center on Highway 29 near the area where residential and industrial parks are planned.

NorthBay Urgent Care seeks immediate medical attention in the absence of life-threatening symptoms such as streptococcal pharyngitis, cellulitis, fractures, shingles, hives, scratches, insect or animal bites. Even more convenient, all clinics offer “virtual emergency care,” allowing patients to use their smartphones to talk to emergency care providers and receive treatment for a variety of conditions.

Carbon Health currently operates a small emergency medical clinic near the American Canyon. NorthBay Urgent Care will close when it opens next year.

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