Lower Bucks Hospital recently celebrated the grand opening of the Community Health Center, which was created to meet a growing demand for additional urgent care services in the Lower Bucks County area.
The center, which will provide comprehensive services from toddlers to seniors, will be staffed by experienced physicians and clinicians who will provide a full range of medical services.
“We will bring high-quality primary care services closer to the communities of Bristol, Croydon, Levittown, Fairless Hills, and surrounding areas,” Lower Bucks Hospital CEO Michael Motte said. “The new Community Health Center will meet the health care needs of the community close to home.”
The walk-in health center will save on time and cost considerably less than an emergency room visit. The center will offer discounted pricing for patients without insurance.
The center will be available for everyday illnesses and non-life-threatening injuries such as colds, flu, fever, asthma, allergies, minor skin lacerations, cuts, burns, urinary tract infections, sports injuries, fractures, sprains and strains.
Additional services to be offered include travel medicine, work and school physicals, DOT physicals, vaccinations, drug screens, well checks, OBGYN services, annual exams and more.