Bon Secours planning to open urgent care clinic in Carytown

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Bon Secours is planning to open an urgent care center at 10 N. Nansemond St. in the E suite, which was formerly occupied by Carbon Health. (Jack Jacobs photo)

Bon Secours is expanding its urgent care arm by picking up where a short-lived clinic left off in Carytown.

The health system is planning to open a care center at the Fresh Market-anchored Carytown Place shopping center at 10 N. Nansemond St., spokeswoman Jenna Green confirmed Monday.

Bon Secours’ 3,000-square-foot space was briefly occupied by Carbon Health, a California-based chain of primary and urgent care clinics.

Bon Secours plans to outfit the Carytown location with five treatment rooms as well as X-ray and lab facilities. The center is expected to open by the late third quarter this year, and it is anticipated to cost about $775,000 to build out and equip the space, Green said.

The new location will put Bon Secours about a block away from urgent care competitor Patient First’s outpost at 12 N. Thompson St.

Bon Secours announced the forthcoming Carytown clinic last week in conjunction with the news that it has opened a new urgent care center near Regency at 1502 N. Parham Road in Henrico County.

That 3,600-square-foot space was previously occupied by Salon Del Sol. The $2 million center has eight treatment rooms and offers on-site X-ray and lab capabilities.

Bon Secours has four operational urgent care clinics in the Richmond region. The health system last year kicked off plans to expand the number of those clinics to round out its Richmond-area footprint of hospitals and other facilities.

Its other upcoming urgent care locations are planned for Richmond’s East End, the Staples Mill area of Henrico, the Swift Creek area of Chesterfield and a new-construction building rising at Sauer Center in the city.

Last year, the health system also filed plans for a clinic in Stratford Hills.

The four that have already opened include a clinic at 14163 Midlothian Turnpike in Chesterfield, which kicked off the ongoing wave of new urgent care centers, as well as at 11201 Nuckols Road and 9851 Brook Road in Henrico. The Brook Road outpost predated the ongoing expansion drive by Bon Secours.

The health system hopes to have a total of eight or nine urgent care centers open in the Richmond area by the end of 2024, Green said.

Urgent care centers are designed to be an accessible way to handle minor injuries and illnesses such as the flu, ear infections, strep throat, sprains and urinary tract infections. The centers offer walk-in appointments and are open on weekends and after normal business hours during the week.

carytown place carbon bon secours scaled

Bon Secours is planning to open an urgent care center at 10 N. Nansemond St. in the E suite, which was formerly occupied by Carbon Health. (Jack Jacobs photo)

Bon Secours is expanding its urgent care arm by picking up where a short-lived clinic left off in Carytown.

The health system is planning to open a care center at the Fresh Market-anchored Carytown Place shopping center at 10 N. Nansemond St., spokeswoman Jenna Green confirmed Monday.

Bon Secours’ 3,000-square-foot space was briefly occupied by Carbon Health, a California-based chain of primary and urgent care clinics.

Bon Secours plans to outfit the Carytown location with five treatment rooms as well as X-ray and lab facilities. The center is expected to open by the late third quarter this year, and it is anticipated to cost about $775,000 to build out and equip the space, Green said.

The new location will put Bon Secours about a block away from urgent care competitor Patient First’s outpost at 12 N. Thompson St.

Bon Secours announced the forthcoming Carytown clinic last week in conjunction with the news that it has opened a new urgent care center near Regency at 1502 N. Parham Road in Henrico County.

That 3,600-square-foot space was previously occupied by Salon Del Sol. The $2 million center has eight treatment rooms and offers on-site X-ray and lab capabilities.

Bon Secours has four operational urgent care clinics in the Richmond region. The health system last year kicked off plans to expand the number of those clinics to round out its Richmond-area footprint of hospitals and other facilities.

Its other upcoming urgent care locations are planned for Richmond’s East End, the Staples Mill area of Henrico, the Swift Creek area of Chesterfield and a new-construction building rising at Sauer Center in the city.

Last year, the health system also filed plans for a clinic in Stratford Hills.

The four that have already opened include a clinic at 14163 Midlothian Turnpike in Chesterfield, which kicked off the ongoing wave of new urgent care centers, as well as at 11201 Nuckols Road and 9851 Brook Road in Henrico. The Brook Road outpost predated the ongoing expansion drive by Bon Secours.

The health system hopes to have a total of eight or nine urgent care centers open in the Richmond area by the end of 2024, Green said.

Urgent care centers are designed to be an accessible way to handle minor injuries and illnesses such as the flu, ear infections, strep throat, sprains and urinary tract infections. The centers offer walk-in appointments and are open on weekends and after normal business hours during the week.

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