Five Star Urgent Care recently opened its doors to the Monroe County community with the grand opening of its Greece facility at 3648 Dewey Ave., Rochester.
The walk-in center commemorated the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony joined by Tom Van Strydonck, deputy Monroe County executive; Bill Reilich, Greece town supervisor; Michelle Marinin, Greece deputy supervisor; representatives for Assemblyman Peter Lawrence, R-134th District, and State Sen. Joe Robach, R-56th District; and members of Greece Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Guests toured the new facility, met the staff and learned about its services and treatments.
“Five Star Urgent Care is proud to become part of Monroe County and provide the community with our proven customer-focused approach to health care,” said John Radford, president. “Our staff shares a vision of providing comfortable and convenient care for patients from the time they arrive to when they return home.”
The company’s staff treats patients on a walk-in basis only, and accept most insurance. Patients can view facility wait times online. The facility is equipped to offer treatment for ailments that are not life-threatening, such as bronchitis, sprains, strains and gastrointestinal ailments, as well as on-site X-rays, lab testing and diagnostics.
“Patients always come first,” Radford said. “By offering on-site X-rays and lab testing, evening and weekend care and up-to-date wait times online, we provide our patients the chance to receive highest quality urgent care services at times most convenient to them.”
The new facility is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Visit fivestaruc.com for information.