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KDH Convenient Care to move Saturday
Friday, June 28, 2013 11:00 AM
King's Daughters' Health officials announced the move of the organization's Convenient Care Center to a new location at the Clifty Drive Medical Building will take place Saturday.
The Convenient Care Center will remain open today at the River Pointe Shopping Center during normal hours from 1 to 9 p.m. prior to the move to the Clifty Drive Medical Building, located at 445 Clifty Drive. The building was formerly known as the Hilltop Clinic.
Following the move Saturday, the Convenient Care Center will open for normal weekend hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The center offers services for minor illnesses and injuries. Laboratory and medical imaging (X-ray) services are available at the center as well.
The Convenient Care Center's phone number remain the same for the center. The Convenient Care Center may be reached at (812) 273-5372.
In addition to the Convenient Care Center, the Clifty Drive Medical Center facility will provide office space for Dr. Phillip Ross, Dr. Alan Culbreth and Dr. Larry Williams. During the renovation process the three doctors have been located on the first floor of the King's Daughters' Health Downtown Medical Building, at 630 Broadway.
The three physicians' offices are scheduled to open at the Clifty Drive Medical Building on July 15.
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