Urgent care centers hold tight to niche for fast, efficient care

In the 1970s, a group of enterprising physicians began opening up their practices after-hours to visits from patients with minor ailments, without an appointment. Patients didn’t want to go the emergency room, and they couldn’t wait a couple weeks to see their family doctors. The idea stuck. Aided by shifting work patterns in a growing population ...

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