Jackson Health System celebrated the grand opening of a new urgent care center, the fourth one in a network of urgent care centers announced under the $1.5 billion Jackson Miracle Building Program.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Wednesday, July 25.
Opening remarks were presented by: Carlos A. Migoya, President & CEO, Jackson Health System; Joe Arriola, President, Public Health Trust; Dr. Henri Ford, Dean and Chief Academic Officer, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Juan Carlos Bermudez, Mayor of City of Doral.
The 3,645 square-foot urgent care center located at 7400 NW 104th Ave, opens every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and is staffed by UHealth physicians.
Jackson’s urgent care centers cater to patients with a variety of urgent medical needs, such as ailments like the flu or common cold, fever, vomiting, earaches, simple bone fractures, rashes and minor allergic reactions; diagnostic tests such as echocardiograms and digital x-rays; and lab tests such as blood glucose, urinalysis, and strep throat cultures. Sports physicals and flu vaccinations are also available.
More information on the centers is available at JacksonUrgentCare.com.