Third OSF Urgo to open in Bloomington-Normal

The new urgent care clinic is located at 508 IAA Drive in Bloomington. (Photo OSF HealthCare)

 

By Neil Doyle

BLOOMINGTON – A new urgent care clinic will start seeing patients in Bloomington this week.

OSF Urgo will open its third location in the Twin-Cities Tuesday at 508 IAA Drive. The others are located on Greenbriar Drive and Bradford Lane, both in Normal.

The urgent care clinics are near neighborhoods and shopping centers, where historically, health care providers have not been located.

“OSF Urgo embraces a modern urgent care concept. It is designed for patients who want high-quality care quickly, so that they can get on with their busy lives,” said Jennifer Junis, Senior Vice President of Digital Health at OSF.

OSF Urgo providers offer basic urgent care services such as treatment for cold, cough, flu, sprains, minor lacerations and fractures, sports physicals, and more.

All OSF Urgo locations are open 365 days a year from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for patients of all ages.

Neil Doyle can be reached at neil.doyle@cumulus.com

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