Liberty-Dayton Medical Clinic opens in new location

Rhonda Campbell, CEO of Liberty-Dayton Regional Clinical Centre, cuts a ribbon at the grand opening of the new location for Liberty-Dayton Healthcare Clinic at 1201 N. Travis St., Liberty. She is demonstrated staying assisted by Liberty County Clinic District No. 1 Board President Bruce Stratton.

The Dayton Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon chopping ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 6, to rejoice the grand opening of the new place of work for Liberty-Dayton Health care Clinic. Located at 1201 N. Travis St. in Liberty, the clinic will have the very same dependable suppliers as at its former locale inside of the Liberty-Dayton Regional Professional medical Center nonetheless, new vendors are being included to broaden the clinic’s products and services.

“We had been looking at about 400 individuals a month at our past place,” reported LDRMC CEO Rhonda Campbell. “It will be a lot more that that with the new providers coming in and new solutions currently being additional.”

The clinic, as nicely as the medical center, are component of Liberty County Clinic District #1. Medical center District board customers Bruce Stratton, Milton Fregia and Paul Henry attended the grand opening and shared their enthusiasm for the clinic’s long run.

4 of the 5 health-related vendors at Liberty-Dayton Clinical Clinic took a shorter crack from observing people on Tuesday, Sept. 6, to take part in the ribbon chopping ceremony hosted by the Dayton Chamber of Commerce. Pictured still left to correct are Dr. Amanuel Abreha, Dale Brock, NP, Heather Reed, PA, and Renee Cherry, NP. Not pictured is Dr. Nitin Mahajan.

Fregia claimed the new clinic will bring in much more individuals as it projects a far better graphic in the community. Stratton agreed and recommended that the clinic will also entice additional doctors and nurse practitioners to Liberty.

“It will also help maintain the health professionals who are previously right here joyful so they will continue to be a when,” Stratton claimed.

The constructing was acquired by the Clinic District from the Arnold household, Stratton mentioned, so no lease is concerned. He reported the Healthcare facility District was offered a superior rate for the building.

“This clinic matches suitable in and I assume will support make improvements to the treatment that the healthcare facility is furnishing,” explained Stratton. It should really also be far more economical for the Medical center District and individuals as clinic costs are substantially a lot less than emergency place fees.

At the moment, the clinic has five vendors – Internal medicine Dr. Amanuel Abreha, cardiologist Dr. Nitin Mahajan, Heather Reed, PA, Dale Brock, NP, and Renee Cherry, NP.

Starting off in the slide, the clinic will have vendors and counselors for telepsychiatry.

“We are attempting seriously difficult to extend services in approaches that the neighborhood demands,” Campbell claimed.

The hrs of procedure for the clinic will be the identical as the earlier place: Monday by Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed for lunch amongst midday and 1 p.m.

For much more information or to timetable an appointment, contact 936-336-9175.

Liberty County Hospital District No. 1 board users Milton Fregia, Paul Henry and Bruce Stratton, and Liberty-Dayton Regional Clinical Centre CEO Rhonda Campbell joined in the celebration for the new area for Liberty-Dayton Health care Clinic.