At Emergency One Urgent Care and Occupational Health, we are proud to offer the highest level of care to our patients. We have built our reputation on staffing with team members that have superior credentials, which sets us apart from other urgent care centers.
Our facilities are staffed with a team of highly trained medical professionals, including Registered Nurses (RN), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), Radiologic Technologists (RT), and Medical Assistants (MA), each with their unique expertise. They are supported by a team of full-time front desk professionals, ensuring that our patients receive the highest quality care in the most efficient manner.
Contrasting with the accepted model in other urgent care centers of one MA also serving as a front desk person and one provider, we believe that having a dedicated team of professionals is the best approach to provide optimal patient outcomes.
Our RNs are certified and experienced in providing advanced medical care, administering medication and treatment, and coordinating care with other providers. Our LPNs provide critical patient care support, performing diagnostic tests and procedures, and assisting with treatment protocols.
Our Radiologic Technologists provide essential imaging services to help diagnose and treat various medical conditions. Our MAs play an integral role in our team by assisting with patient intake, preparing patients for their visit with the medical provider, and taking vital signs.
In addition to our clinical staff, we have a team of full-time front desk professionals who ensure that patients receive prompt and efficient service. They handle patient check-ins, insurance verification, and scheduling appointments, allowing our medical staff to focus solely on providing high-quality patient care.
At Emergency One Urgent Care and Occupational Health, we understand that a team-based approach to healthcare is crucial for optimal patient outcomes. By having a team of experts dedicated to their roles, we can ensure that our patients receive the highest level of care.