Premier Health plans another urgent care center

Premier Health is planning a new urgent care center in a Troy shopping center.

The center, slated to open June 25, is part of a series of new urgent cares the Dayton-based health network has been rapidly opening throughout the region.

Ferguson Construction filed a permit for a $270,000 renovation at Troy Towne Center, which Premier said is for a new urgent care.

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The permit, filed April 6, is to renovate a 2,327 square-foot storefront at 1843 W. Main St.

Troy Towne Center is anchored by Kohl’s and Wal-Mart, by the Interstate 74 and Ohio 41 interchange.

About 25,900 people live within three miles of the shopping center and about 33,700 vehicles pass by per day on West Main Street, according to a real estate listing by Midland Retail for the shopping center.

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Premier — the Dayton region’s largest private employer — is also converting the emergency room at Atrium Health Center Mason into an urgent care center and planning a new Premier urgent care in Huber Heights.

The health network also recently opened four new urgent care centers in Vandalia, Englewood, Springboro and Miamisburg.

The Huber Heights urgent care located at located at 8290 Old Troy Pike, Huber Heights, will have an open house from 4 to 7 p.m. June 22. The Troy location will have an open house 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 23. The locations will officially open to patients on June 25.

The locations hours are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day and treat minor conditions like sinus infections, ear aches, allergies and pink eye, as well as injuries such as fractured bones.

The urgent care staff also conduct school and sports physicals, give vaccinations, and do diagnostic testing for the flu, pregnancy and strep.

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