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Beaumont Plans 30 Detroit-Area Urgent Care Centers

Beaumont Health is partnering with Atlanta-based WellStreet Urgent Care to open up to 30 urgent care centers throughout the Detroit metro area by the end of 2019. A handful of the centers will open late this year and early next year.

“This comprehensive network of urgent care centers will help lower the cost of health care for consumers and employers, and will be backed by the Beaumont brand, standards and quality,” said Beaumont CEO John Fox. “We are working closely with WellStreet, which has expertise running highly-efficient and patient-focused urgent care centers.”

The new venture, Beaumont Urgent Care, is in the process of selecting locations in high-traffic areas, near high-volume emergency centers, large employers and commercially dense areas. Patients will be able to make appointments online, and typical visits are complete in less than 50 minutes.

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