WellSpan Health will offer convenient, walk-in care for non-emergency medical conditions at a new urgent care center now being built in Lebanon County.
WellSpan Urgent Care will open in late August at 9 Nathan Lane, Annville. The new center is along Route 422, between Palmyra and Lebanon.
It will be the first WellSpan Urgent Care to open in Lebanon County.
The 5,000-square-foot new building will have six exam rooms, an X-ray suite and a laboratory for testing. It will employ 10 people.
"We're excited to offer our high-quality urgent care services in Lebanon County," said Creston Tate, D.O., WellSpan medical director of urgent care. "This is part of our commitment to deliver on our promise to improve the health of people in our communities."
The Annville office will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.
WellSpan is committed to safety in all its communities. The Urgent Care office will use the same safety protocols that have been put into place across the WellSpan system in the wake of COVID-19, including social distancing in waiting areas, masks and enhanced sterilization procedures to the highest standards.
Patients also can take advantage of scheduling their appointment in advance, via an online service called "Reserve My Spot," scheduling an appointment via smartphones, computer or tablets.
WellSpan Urgent Care offers care for patients age 3 months and older, who have non-emergency care needs. These include minor illnesses and injuries such as earaches, vomiting, back pain, rashes and burns. The office also will offer school, camp, college and sports physicals as well as some routine immunizations.
WellSpan Urgent Care has locations in Lancaster, York, and Adams counties. Learn more about WellSpan Urgent Care.