Urgent care clinic opens in Quincy

Celebrating the opening of Beth Israel Lahey Health Care Center–Quincy are from left: State Rep. Ronald Mariano, BID Milton President Richard Fernandez, BILH President and CEO Kevin Tabb, MD; Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch, Quincy City Council President Nina Liang, U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch and Quincy City Councilor Ian Cain.

(Photo by John Gillooly)

Beth Israel Lahey Health has opened a new urgent care facility in Quincy.

The new facility, Beth Israel Lahey Health Care Center-Quincy (BILHCC-Quincy), opened on Oct. 28, just days before the emergency room at Quincy Medical Center permanently closed.

The new healthcare site will offer urgent care, primary care, specialty care, and diagnostic imaging at 100 Walter J. Hannon Pkwy. in Quincy.

“It is a great opportunity for us to expand care in this region,” said Rich Fernandez, president of Beth Israel Deaconess-Milton (BID Milton), which is affiliated with BILH.

Read the rest of the story in the Milton Times issue of Nov. 12 in print or online. Our e-edition has the full newspaper available by Thursday morning.

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