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By Gretchen McPherson
Staff Writer 

Work begins on new urgent care facility

Atmore Community Hospital and Escambia County Health Care Authority break ground on its new urgent clinic

 

July 8, 2021

Gretchen McPherson

Above, from left, Suzanne McGill, Chris Griffin, Brad Lowery, Debbie Rowell, Nancy Lowrey, Bob Jones, Jim Johnson, Sharon Davidson, Yolanda Webster, Jeff Booth, Don Ward, Jerome Webster, Bo Brantley, Mayor Jim Staff, Raymond Wiggins and Brandon Smith.

On Tuesday, June 29, officials from the Atmore Community Hospital and Escambia County Health Care Authority (ECHCA) gathered to break ground on a new urgent care clinic on Highway 21 across from Wind Creek Casino in Atmore.

The facility is slotted to open in March 2022 and will offer non emergent need and increased access to healthcare for the city of Atmore and surrounding communities. It will feature a lab, x-ray equipment, a pharmacy and wellness care. It will replace the current walk-in clinic, expanding it to a fully functioning urgent care facility.

The project has been on the drawing...



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