1. What Makes GoHealth Urgent Care Different | #AskGoHealthNY
Dr. Ben Stein explains what makes GoHealth different and how these distinctions make for better and more effective urgent care.
North Shore-LIJ / GoHealth Urgent Care has convenient community based locations throughout Long Island, Queens and Staten Island.
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2. Velocity Urgent Care - Accidents Happen When Least Expected
Accidents happen when least expected. Visit Velocity Urgent Care located in Rocky Hill and Southington when accidents do unfortunately occur.
3. North Shore-LIJ - GoHealth Urgent Care Introduction
Launched in November 2014, North Shore-LIJ-GoHealth Urgent Care is revolutionizing the access and experience of healthcare, providing an additional option to care for immediate, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries.
Learn more at GoHealthUC.com/NSLIJ
4. Novant Health-GoHealth Urgent Care: Point of View
Locations in Charlotte and Winston-Salem. Visit one of our GoHealth Urgent Care Centers near you.
5. ASMR Roleplay ~ Urgent Care & Pharmacy Visit
In this video, you'll visit your local urgent care, and then pop by Walgreens to pick up your prescription.
6. Hartford HealthCare-GoHealth Urgent Care - What is Urgent Care
7. Urgent Care TX Introducción en español
Urgent Care TX atiende a los residentes de Cleburne y Johnson County TX para sus necesidades médicas que no amenazan la vida.
8. Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care Opens in St. Louis
With advantages like easy-to-use online check-in and pre-registration, a real-time wait clock, mobile x-ray and large exam rooms, the new Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care locations in St. Louis are designed to make health care effortless and convenient.
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10. Customer Experience in Healthcare with GoHealth Urgent Care (CxOTalk #334)
What is customer experience, why is it important, and how can we create it? A seasoned Chief Marketing Officer explains what you need to know and shares lessons from her experience.
Pernille Bruun-Jensen is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of GoHealth Urgent Care, the national leader in patient-driven Retail Healthcare.
Read the full transcript: cxotalk.com/episode/customer-experience-cmo-perspective
She is an accomplished CMO with an extensive track record of developing game-changing patient-driven strategies that accelerate profitable growth by leveraging a data-driven, visionary and entrepreneurial approach. She drives digital performance-based marketing and innovation and is known for building winning teams with a strong focus on results. Pernille’s experience spans consumer goods, financial services and health care, as Country Manager and International Marketing lead for Intuit, CMO for NetBase; Vice President, Digital Marketing for Sutter Health; and various marketing roles for Johnson & Johnson, and Kraft Foods.
Pernille earned her master’s degree in International Management at ESCP-Europe, and lived in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, France, Germany, and Denmark before moving to the United States. She speaks five languages.
11. Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care I Cookie
Don’t know if you need emergency or urgent care? Perfect. Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care makes it easy to get the care you need, exactly when you need it.
Visit Centura Health Emergency and Urgent Care
12. Same-Day Ohio Telehealth Visits with Health Express Urgent Care
Learn More or Schedule Your Same-Day Visit at: healthexpressuc.com/ohio-telehealth/
When life gets in the way of making a face-to-face appointment, there’s telehealth! We know your health concerns can’t wait, and we’re here to help. Now, you can visit with one of our providers virtually 7 days a week. We accept most insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid! Most of our virtual visits are covered by insurance (but we encourage you to check with your insurance company prior to your visit).
13. Total Access Urgent Care offering antibody testing
Total Access Urgent Care is now offering antibody testing.
The test detects if you have been previously infected with the coronavirus, causing you to develop antibodies to it.
"We're doing everything we can to stay ahead of the curve. Our number of supplies have been increasing." Dr. Troy Dinkel said.
Total Access Urgent Care said its FDA-authorized test is manufactured by Abbott and is over 99% accurate. The test identifies the presence of the IgG antibody.
According to Total Access Urgent Care, your body produces antibodies in response to an infectious agent such as a virus to provide immunity against this infection in the future. Antibody test results are usually available in 2-3 days.
“We’re going to do everything we can to take care of the community,” Dr. Troy Dinkel said.
For those who are insured, Total Access Urgent Care said by partnering with all major health companies its antibody testing will be processed through insurance. All COVID-19-related visits also include a medical evaluation.
For those who are uninsured: $249 for swab test, $299 for antibody test
14. 24Hours in Urgent Care
24 Hours In Urgent Care: local community uses technology & social media to co-produce a new mental health urgent care pathway
West London Collaborative, a community led consultancy CIC specialising in disruptive innovation and co-production have staged a cutting edge simulation around the re-design of the mental health urgent care pathway in the London boroughs of Ealing, Hounslow and Hammersmith & Fulham.
More than 80 people took part in the lively workshop that used actors, audience members, film, sound and voting technologies to re-imagine how and when professionals should best respond in different emergency scenarios in mental health.
The audience included C.I. Dan Thorpe, Mental Health lead, Met Police, local police officers, the London ambulance service, liaison psychiatrists, GPs, CCG members and the director of local services for West London Mental Health Trust, Sarah Rushton. Also present were third sector organisations such as MIND & Rethink and many active community members who have recently experienced the urgent care services. Staff from West London Mental Health Trust & Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Trust formed an expert panel of ‘eggheads’ who told the room how they would likely respond.
An active twitter campaign led by local people was buzzing, with retweets from Norman Lamb MP and Dr. Geraldine Strathdee. Over 600 people also visited the events interactive website ‘testmystory.com’ a dedicated site built by the community where people took part in scenario building on-line discussions.
On the day the audience worked to debate ‘what would or could happen next.’ Actors presented how five different crisis might unfold, simulating a typical 24 hours across the local mental health urgent care pathway – from GP surgeries, A&E and 136 Suites. Stories included a young man who was hearing voices at Ealing Broadway Station and had superficial cuts to his arms; a suicidal woman who had been taken to A&E and an elderly man with dementia detained by police after being found wandering in a confused state. Psychiatrists, nurses, GPs, call handlers and local people took to the stage stimulating heated discussion. A write up is to be co- produced with all stakeholders.
Visitors travelled from mental health trusts as far away as Avon & Somerset and Northumberland Tyne and Wear to see just how new technologies and simulation were being utilised. The event is the first of a series of innovative community led ‘happenings’ to ensure that local people are integral to the urgent care pathway re- design.
15. The Making of a North Shore-LIJ - GoHealth Urgent Care Center
Every design detail of our centers has been carefully researched and planned to deliver the best healthcare experience today.
Our open, modern, and friendly environments facilitate patient and provider communication and get patients back to feeling their best.
Learn more at GoHealthUC.com/NSLIJ