Premier Health is planning to open its next urgent care center in Beavercreek — its eighth in the region.
The location will be the third tenant in a new shopping center to be built along North Fairfield Road.
Dayton-based Premier Health said in a statement that the urgent care office should open this fall.
“We look forward to meeting the urgent care needs of residents of Beavercreek, as well as travelers through that area,” Premier stated.
The Dayton Daily News reported earlier this week that the other two tenants in the building will be Duck Donuts and Orangetheory Fitness. The building will be constructed by BSM Development in front of Target, filling one of the few spots available along the busy retail corridor.
Premier has rolled out a series of new urgent care centers this year. Locations have opened in Englewood, Huber Heights, Mason, Miamisburg, Springboro, Troy and Vandalia.
The urgent care staff treat minor conditions like sinus infections, ear aches, allergies and pink eye, as well as injuries such as fractured bones.
Besides the urgent care centers, Premier operates three main hospitals — Miami Valley Hospital, Upper Valley Medical Center and Atrium Medical Center — as well as a large physician network.
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