Erlanger Announces Opening Of New Physician Office, Express Care Center In Hayesville, NC

Friday, September 14, 2018
Joined by officials from Clay County, Erlanger Murphy Medical Center CEO Mark Kimball announced that a new Primary Care physician office and Erlanger Express Care will be opening in Hayesville, NC in early 2019.   
 
The location of the new physician/express care building is 146 Hwy 64E, Hayesville, N.C.   An architectural rendering was also unveiled during Erlanger’s announcement, which took place inside the historic Clay County Courthouse. 
 
Kimball told the crowd that the new primary care and express care office will be opened Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m.
through 7 p.m., and on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Medical services at the new office include comprehensive care for acute and chronic illnesses and physical exams to preventative education for patients of all ages, ranging from newborns to geriatrics. Walk-ins will be accepted.  In addition to primary care physicians, Erlanger specialists will also be rotating through this practice on a regular basis to serve area residents.  
 
“We are excited to be bringing Erlanger’s world class healthcare services to Clay County, providing much needed and easily accessible care to those living in this community,” Mr. Kimball said.   
 
Renovation at the new site is expected to begin in the coming weeks, with an opening in early 2019.  The property will be developed by Noon Development and operated by Erlanger.

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