The Times Union published a story on WellNow Urgent Care’s plans to create 300 jobs in upstate New York over the next three months, including 75 jobs in the Capital Region.
From the article:
Last year, it announced a partnership with Albany-based St. Peter’s Health Partners to grow its network locally. At the time, it anticipated 10 to 12 urgent care centers in a seven-county area.
“Through our work with WellNow Urgent Care, we will improve access to urgent care across the Capital Region and help ensure our patients are receiving the right care, in the right place at the right time,” Dr. James Reed, CEO of St. Peter’s Health Partners, said at the time.
Capital Region locations already open include Latham, Albany, Clifton Park, Niskayuna and Hudson. Another center is under construction in Saratoga Springs. It also plans centers locally to open by the end of this year in Troy, and sometime in 2021 in North Greenbush, Glens Falls, and Gloversville, according to Tuesday’s announcement. It also has future sites planned in Glenmont and Glenville.
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