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GoHealth Urgent Care and Hartford HealthCare Partner to Deliver More Accessible, Patient-First Urgent Care to Connecticut

Source: Bloomberg

Jan 26, 2017

GoHealth Urgent Care and Hartford HealthCare announced a joint-venture that will extend GoHealth Urgent Care's proven model of convenient and consumer-focused urgent care centers to Central and Eastern Connecticut. This ...

GoHealth Urgent Care and Hartford HealthCare Partner to Deliver More Accessible, Patient-First Urgent Care to Connecticut

Source: Bloomberg

Jan 26, 2017

GoHealth Urgent Care and Hartford HealthCare announced a joint-venture that will extend GoHealth Urgent Care's proven model of convenient and consumer-focused urgent care centers to Central and Eastern Connecticut. This partnership will provide patients greater access to innovative high-quality care, where and when they need it most. GoHealth Urgent Care and Hartford HealthCare plan to open up to 15 co-branded centers within an 18-month first phase of their relationship, beginning in spring 2017. The centers will feature electrostatic "smart glass" procedure rooms, transparent charting on a wide screen in each exam room, mobile x-ray equipment and a unified electronic medical record that can be accessed by caregivers across the Hartford HealthCare network. The joint-venture will pair GoHealth Urgent Care's patient satisfaction ratings, technological advancements and award-winning center and website designs with Hartford HealthCare's high-quality, fully integrated acute and ambulatory health services.

Hartford HealthCare, GoHealth to open CT urgent care centers

Source: Hartford Business Journal

By Patricia Daddona

January 26, 2017

 

Hartford HealthCare and GoHealth Urgent Care are joining forces to open urgent care centers in central and eastern Connecticut, the two announced Th...

Hartford HealthCare, GoHealth to open CT urgent care centers

Source: Hartford Business Journal

By Patricia Daddona

January 26, 2017

 

Hartford HealthCare and GoHealth Urgent Care are joining forces to open urgent care centers in central and eastern Connecticut, the two announced Thursday.

The two companies plan to open up to 15 co-branded centers within the first 18 months that they do business together, beginning this spring.

Each Hartford HealthCare-GoHealth Urgent Care center will operate seven days a week with extended evening hours, and will welcome walk-in patients and allow online check-in.

The centers' exam rooms will provide charting on a wide screen, mobile x-ray equipment and electronic medical records that can be accessed by caregivers across the Hartford HealthCare network, the companies said.

One of the largest urgent care companies in the U.S., GoHealth operates nearly 60 urgent care centers in New York and Portland, Ore., metropolitan areas, as well as in the San Francisco Bay area.

GoHealth Urgent Care, Hartford HealthCare partner to extend urgent care services throughout Connecticut

Source: Healthcare Finance

By Beth Jones Sanborn

January 26, 2017

 

GoHealth Urgent Care and Connecticut's Hartford HealthCare will join forces to extend GoHealth Urgent Care's urgent care center network to Central and...

GoHealth Urgent Care, Hartford HealthCare partner to extend urgent care services throughout Connecticut

Source: Healthcare Finance

By Beth Jones Sanborn

January 26, 2017

 

GoHealth Urgent Care and Connecticut's Hartford HealthCare will join forces to extend GoHealth Urgent Care's urgent care center network to Central and Eastern Connecticut.

The two providers plan to open 15 centers beginning in spring 2017 during the first 18-month phase of their partnership. Each Hartford HealthCare-GoHealth Urgent Care center will treat patients seven days a week with extended evening hours, walk-in availability, and online check-in so that patients can save a place "in line."

"The partnership will provide patients greater access to innovative high-quality care, where and when they need it most," GoHealth said in a statement.

The centers will feature electrostatic "smart glass" procedure rooms, transparent charting on a wide screen in each exam room, mobile X-ray equipment and a unified electronic medical record that can be accessed by caregivers across the Hartford HealthCare network, GoHealth said.

GoHealth Urgent Care operates roughly 60 urgent care centers in the New York and Portland, OR, and San Francisco Bay areas. GoHealth Urgent Care's current partners include Northwell Health, Legacy Health, Dignity Health, one of the nation's largest health care systems, headquartered in San Francisco, and now Hartford HealthCare.

Hartford HealthCare includes a tertiary-care teaching hospital, an acute care community teaching hospital, an acute-care hospital and trauma center, two community hospitals, behavioral health services, a primary care physician practice group, as well as cancer centers, regional and senior home care and physical therapy rehabilitation.