ChristianaCare-GoHealth Urgent Care expanded its footprint in Delaware and entered Maryland with six new centers.
The new centers are located in Bear, Dover, Middletown, and Smyrna in Delaware and North East and Elkton in Maryland.
The locations were acquired from ExpressCare and are being updated based on the design and technology-driven care capabilities of the Christianacare-GoHealth Urgent Care model, a release stated.
The current ChristianaCare-GoHealth Urgent Care centers in Smyrna and Middletown are being relocated to the new, larger facilities at 300 Jimmy Drive in Smyrna and 749 Middletown Warrick Road in Middletown.
In addition, two centers in Cecil County operated by ChristianaCare in Perryville and on the Union Hospital campus are in the process of being closed so that patients can be cared for at the new Cecil County sites in Elkton, at 301 Pulaski Highway, and North East, at 101 NE Plaza.
The acquisition increases the total number of ChristianaCare-GoHealth Urgent Care centers to 11.
Under the partnership in Delaware and Maryland, electronic health records will be shared across the ChristianaCare network.
“With this increased access to care, we are able to make a positive impact on the health of more people who count on ChristianaCare-GoHealth for high-quality, affordable urgent care services near where they live and work,” said Sharon Kurfuerst, chief operating officer at ChristianaCare and president of ChristianaCare, Union Hospital. “Our unique model of care, expertise, and customer focus delivers greater convenience and enables us to provide the right care, at the right place and the right time in the most cost-appropriate setting.”
“All of our highly trained team members in these new urgent care centers are dedicated to providing their neighbors with high-quality, affordable urgent care services,” said Rob Malizia, M.D., medical director and head of operations for ChristianaCare-GoHealth Urgent Care.
Walk-ins welcome at all ChristianaCare-GoHealth centers, with the option to save a spot online and Virtual Visits.
ChristianaCare-GoHealth urgent care providers treat everyday illnesses and non-life-threatening injuries such as colds, flu, fever, asthma, allergies, emphysema, minor skin lacerations, cuts, burns, urinary tract infections, fractures, sprains, and strains. The centers also have on-site X-ray services and provide Covid-19 testing.
ChristianaCare-GoHealth, urgent care centers, are open Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
GoHealth operates more than 160 on-demand care centers in the greater New York metropolitan area; the Portland, Oregon-Vancouver, Washington metropolitan area; the San Francisco Bay Area; Hartford and Southeastern Connecticut; Winston-Salem and Charlotte, North Carolina; St. Louis and Springfield, Missouri; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Northwest Arkansas as well as well as Delaware and Maryland.
GoHealth partners with large hospital systems in its markets.
GoHealth Urgent Care is a portfolio company of TPG Growth, the middle market, and growth equity investment platform of TPG, which has more than $103 billion of assets under management.