STATESBORO, GA. – ExperCARE Urgent Care, an award winning, locally owned and operated on-demand health care company, is pleased to announce the hiring of Coy Watkins to its ExperCARE Urgent Care provider team. Watkins will primarily be serving at the new Statesboro location, next to Publix.
Coy has over 13 years of experience in Primary and Urgent Care. Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and minoring in Psychology at Georgia College and State University, Coy moved to Savannah and attained his Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at South University. Growing up in the country and the son of a carpenter, Coy continues to love outdoor activities from sports and golfing to camping and kayaking. He spends most of his free time with his family and serving in his church.
“Coy is an excellent addition to our ExperTEAM,” said Catherine Grant, Founder and CEO. “His dedication to the communities in which he’s served and passion for providing top-quality, five-star healthcare combined with his years of experience made him an ideal fit for our urgent care center in Statesboro. I know the community is going to love him!”
For more information, please go to www.ExperCAREhealth.com.
ABOUT EXPERCARE URGENT CARE:
ExperCARE Urgent Care has convenient locations across the region: Richmond Hill, Mall Boulevard, Downtown Savannah, Pooler next to Costco, Statesboro next to Publix, and locations opening soon in Hinesville and Rincon. As the shortage of primary care providers grows and ER’s are over-capacity, on-demand healthcare provides a solution that serves your busy life. ExperCARE is an award-winning healthcare center, offering access to urgent care, routine care and occupational health, 7 days a week, extended hours to all ages. ExperCARE is in-network with all major insurance providers, and you never need an appointment. ExperCARE is the southeast regions most-loved solution for on-demand healthcare. Experience the healthcare model of the future; experience the ExperCARE difference!
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