Walk-in only urgent care clinic to open in Santa Fe - Albuquerque Journal

Walk-in only urgent care clinic to open in Santa Fe

Santa Feans will soon have an alternative to an emergency room visit.

Railyard Urgent Care, which bills itself as “Santa Fe’s first walk-in-only urgent care clinic,” will hold its grand opening Jan. 5, at 831 S. St. Francis Drive, just north of the intersection with Cerrillos Road.

“Railyard Urgent Care fills a critical void for residents of Santa Fe, who lack access to quality care on a convenient walk-in basis,” Dr. Victor Sherman, who is opening the clinic with colleague Dr. Troy Watson, said in a press release.

The clinic will offer urgent care services to children and adults, as well as on-site labs and digital X-rays every day of the week. The services include wellness and precentative medicine, seasonal care, and flu shot vaccinations. Occupational health services, including pre-employment drug testing, physical exams, post-accident care and X-ray testing, are also offered.

The clinic will be located in a brand new state-of-the-art 2,700-square foot building that cost $1.1 million to construct. With nine exam rooms, the doctors say that the clinic, open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, will be able to treat up to 120 patients per day, according to the release.

The clinic will open with eight full-time and five part-time employees. Plans are to add another four staff members in the next two years.

During its grand opening Jan. 5, Railyard Urgent Care will provide no-cost check-ups on a first-come, first-serve basis.

More information can be found on the clinic’s website: www.railyardurgentcare.com.

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