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Inner Banks Urgent Care to close in June

February 10, 2012 by Beth Anne Atkins

GREENVILLE, N.C. – Effective June 2012, health care providers at Inner Banks Urgent Care in Washington will begin seeing patients at other practices throughout the county. 

The providers will no longer see patients at Inner Banks Urgent Care. 

The urgent care providers will rotate among internal medicine, family medicine and women’s care practices. 

Patients currently seen at the urgent care facility will be able to schedule appointments with the following practices: 
Vidant Internal Medicine – Washington 
Vidant Women’s Care – Washington 
Vidant Family Medicine – Washington 
Vidant Famly Medicine – Chocowinity 

The practices will be expanding their hours, as well as offering same-day and walk-in service to accommodate the new patients. 

“We want this transition to be as easy as possible for the patients,” said Travis Douglass, executive vice president and director, Vidant Medical Group. “It is our goal to seamlessly transition our patients to other existing practices in Washington and Beaufort County.” 

Also, this year, all Vidant Medical Group practices in Washington will be installing and implementing an electronic health record. The system will combine every aspect of the patient's medical history into a single record, housed in one database. As a result, physicians and other clinical staff will have convenient, timely access to appropriate information through one secure system. The system has the potential to fully connect health providers in eastern North Carolina into one computer-based system of medical records. 
For more information, visit www.vidanthealth.com.
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