Erlanger Holds Ribbon Cutting For Primary Care In Andrews

Thursday, January 10, 2019
Pastor Mary Brown; Alderman Richelle Phillips; Erlanger Health System vice president of Network Development Steve Burkett; Dr. Gary Roper; Dr. Thomas Clayton; Alderman Mike Sheidy; Mayor James Reid; Commissioner Cal Stiles
Pastor Mary Brown; Alderman Richelle Phillips; Erlanger Health System vice president of Network Development Steve Burkett; Dr. Gary Roper; Dr. Thomas Clayton; Alderman Mike Sheidy; Mayor James Reid; Commissioner Cal Stiles

Erlanger Health System and local officials cut the ribbon for the Erlanger Primary Care in Andrews, N.C. on Dec. 13.

 

The primary care practice focuses on promoting healthy living and disease prevention. The internal and family medicine providers deliver health coverage through coordinating specialty care, continuing care and help to identify potential issues or address current ones.

Providers treat a wide range of issues from anxiety and ADHD to flu and diabetes.

 

“Today, I can say that we as public officials of Andrews and as patients of the Erlanger System are proud to say that we have not been forgotten and more than ever feel included and welcomed as we become accustomed to the Erlanger family,” said Andrews Mayor James Reid during the ribbon cutting ceremony on December 13. “The proof of the Erlanger commitment to providing health care to our citizens is right here.”

 

Erlanger Primary Care is at 2751 Business Highway 19 in Andrews and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To make an appointment with a primary care provider call 828 321-4510.


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