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Northside Hospital Completes Rebranding of Health Choice Urgent Care

Health Choice Urgent Care Now Offers COVID-19 Testing and Antibody Testing

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Northside Hospital announced the completion of the launch of a new Brand, Health Choice Urgent Care, formerly ChoiceOne Urgent Care.

The new name, Health Choice, represents a reintroduction of the Gwinnett County centers to the community in conjunction with new ownership (Northside Hospital) and management (Urgent Care Group). Information about the transaction that took place earlier in the year can be found here.

“We are pleased to continue to serve the Gwinnett County community by offering convenient, affordable, and efficient on-demand care at Health Choice,” said Debbie Mitcham, president and CEO of the Northside Hospital Gwinnett campuses.

Health Choice Urgent Care has been voted Best of Gwinnett for the past 3 years and has 3 locations in Gwinnett County (Hamilton Mill, Sugar Hill and Grayson). All centers are open seven days a week from 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM.

The centers offer walk-in urgent care, and occupational health services, accept all major insurance and have affordable self-pay options. Additionally, all Health Choice centers are VA Authorized urgent care providers.

In a continued effort to serve the community, Health Choice now offers COVID-19 testing and antibody testing.

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