ExperCare in Savannah is NOW OPEN!
ExperCare Urgent Care, a locally-owned and operated urgent care founded in Richmond Hill in 2009 is opening its next location in January in Savannah, offering urgent care, occupational medicine and a full range of health services.
ExperCare Urgent Care is offering patients a new choice for medical treatment and services in a convenient location.
Doors open in January at the new Savannah location on Mall Boulevard and Hodgson Memorial Drive, next to Dick’s Sporting Goods in the Kroger Shopping Center. They will begin seeing patients at 8AM, seven days a week, and no appointment is ever needed.
Founded as The Urgent Care Center of Richmond Hill by Savannah native Catherine Corish Grant along with partners Lori B. Gaylor, and Robert A. Mazur, MD, this is the first Savannah location for EXPERCARE Urgent Care. The Richmond Hill location in the Kroger Shopping Center off of Ford Avenue will still offer the same great compassion and customer service under the new name, ExperCare Urgent Care.
“When we opened our doors in Richmond Hill, we focused on offering exceptional medical care along with outstanding customer service,” Grant explains. “We have become known for our compassion, customer service and providing more than urgent care, and in fact we offer a broad range of services from physicalsand wellness checks, to treating colds and flu, offering many vaccinations, and providing x-rays, lab tests, EKGs, Occupational Medicine, specialty services, and more. Since we are locally owned, we understand the community and are personally invested in its total wellbeing,” Grant added.
ExperCare is in-network with most major insurance companies making a visit as simple as a co-pay.
Even those with no insurance can easily access the services of ExperCare with its affordable self-pay rates. Patients are encouraged to walk-In anytime as no appointment is ever needed. “We treat patients of all ages and all walks of life, from business professionals on a tight schedule to children, grandparents, and tourists. Everyone’s time is valuable, which is why we offer a unique ZipPass option to ‘get in line, online’ in addition to making every effort to see patients as efficiently as possible,” according to Gaylor.
ExperCare Urgent Care is the only urgent care facility in this area to be certified by the Urgent Care Association of America.
The many testimonials and honors that the Richmond Hill center have achieved, from Best of Bryan to Business of the Year are an indication of what Savannah residents can look forward to in the very near future.
Both Gaylor and Grant have extensive experience. Gaylor’s experience includes time at the Medical College of Georgia, where she focused on plastic and reconstructive surgery. She has also worked in the Emergency Departments at Charlotte Memorial Hospital in North Carolina and at Fort Stewart. Gaylor is a Fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and has a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies with a Pediatric Focus from the University of Nebraska and Bachelor of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the Medical College of Georgia.
Grant completed emergency medical training at Grady Hospital with additional training at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida and Emory Crawford-Long in Atlanta. She has worked in orthopedic surgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and urgent care medicine. In addition, she was associate clinical coordinator and a faculty instructor at South University. Grant has a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from the Medical University of South Carolina and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from South University.
Gaylor, Grant and their team have been very involved in the Richmond Hill community.
They have volunteered with organizations such as the Alzheimer’s Association, Susan G. Komen and Warriors for William.
“We live and work in the communities we serve,” Grant explains. “It is great to now be in my hometown of Savannah, where we can further expand our circle of expertise and care.”