A ribbon cutting with the Brandon Chamber of Commerce and free flu shots marked the grand opening of Florida Hospital Centra Care’s newest urgent care facility in Riverview on Friday, January 10. The Flu Fighter event offered 1,000 free flu shots while supplies lasted.

centra care shot“We’re excited to join the Brandon/Riverview neighborhood,” said Scott Brady, MD, CEO of Centra Care. “We’re here today not only to celebrate the new facility, but to emphasize our commitment in keeping the community healthy.” Located at 10222 Bloomingdale Ave., in Riverview, the all-new 5,000 sq. ft. center is Centra Care’s second in the Tampa Bay area. There are now 23 locations throughout Florida.

For thirty years, patients have come to trust Centra Care in their communities. As Central Florida’s only hospital affiliated urgent care provider, Centra Care will provide Riverview and Brandon residents with fast and convenient care for urgent, non-emergency medical needs. From coughs, colds, infections, allergies and flu, to broken bones and other orthopedic conditions, Centra Care’s team of board certified, adult and pediatric-trained doctors, will be available to families seven days a week – weekdays from 8 a.m.–8 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Because time is valuable, Centra Care offers an online, no-wait reservations system to schedule to see a doctor when it’s convenient for patients. However, since Centra Care understands injuries and illnesses can happen at the most unexpected moments, walk-ins are always welcome. Centra Care also offers on-site labs and other immediate healthcare services such as X-rays, EKG, stitches, physicals, blood pressure testing, immunizations and more. Beyond walk-in urgent care, Centra Care offers employers and employees a wide variety of pre-employment and worker’s compensation services including prompt, affordable care for work injuries, employee physicals and drug and alcohol testing for public and private employers of all sizes.

For more information, call 515-5814 or visit www.centracare.org.


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