Mercy Health Expands Footprint With New Urgent Care Centers In Ohio – JP
Health system Mercy Health (Cincinnati) is expanding its outpatient footprint with two new urgent care centers in Fairfield, Ohio, and Hamilton, Ohio, and two more locations, in Colerain Township and Cincinnati, planned to open by the end of the year, according to local12.com.
The facilities include on-site X-ray and lab services and span 2,800 square feet, while the forthcoming Colerain and Cincinnati locations will be larger at 5,000 square feet, according to the website bizjournals.com.
Mercy Health said its overall investment in the four locations tops $2.7 million, according to bizjournals.com.
The projects bring the health system’s total urgent care centers to seven with plans for additional locations in 2024.