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Johnston, Rhode Island will be the site of the 4th Lifespan Urgent Care when they open for patients on Monday, January 16th at 8am. Located at 11 Commerce Way, Unit #5, in the plaza with Stop & Shop, the urgent care will provide the people who live and work in Johnston and the greater Providence County area with access to quick and convenient high-quality medical care for common medical conditions, and minor illnesses and injuries.
“I am thrilled Lifespan is opening Urgent Care in Johnston. This new location will provide Johnston residents with more access to high-quality healthcare services. My administration will do everything it can to support their efforts and offer any assistance needed along the way,” said Joseph Polisena, Jr., Mayor of Johnston.
“I am excited Lifespan Urgent Care will have its fourth location in the town of Johnston, following the success of our other locations. I am proud Lifespan is taking another step in delivering the care our neighbors need, when and where they need it most,” said Lifespan Urgent Care Medical Director Olivier Gherardi, DO. “Lifespan Urgent Care centers provide their surrounding communities the expertise and compassion they need – and expect – when being treated by Rhode Island’s leading health care providers.”
The Lifespan Urgent Care in Johnston will initially be open from 8:00am to 5:00pm daily, except certain holidays, and then will expand to longer hours in the coming weeks.
Lifespan Urgent Care opened its first location in September 2019 in Warwick (17 Airport Rd., at Hoxsie Four Corners), its second location in November 2019 in Middletown (1360 West Main Rd., in the Stop & Shop plaza), and its third location in January 2021 in Providence (66 Branch Ave., “where Benny’s used to be”).
All Lifespan Urgent Care centers can treat adults and children 18 months and older for non-life-threatening conditions including the common cold, influenza, upset stomach, earaches, sinus infections, urinary tract infections, fractures, sprains, bites, cuts, and burns. Flu, COVID-19, and tetanus vaccinations are also available on site.
All Lifespan Urgent Care centers accept walk-in patients and offer appointments. For location hours and scheduling visit Lifespan Urgent Care and Walk-in Clinic.
Formed in 1994, Lifespan is a not-for-profit health system based in Providence, R.I. comprised of three teaching hospitals of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University: Rhode Island Hospital and its Hasbro Children’s Hospital; The Miriam Hospital; and Bradley Hospital, the nation’s first psychiatric hospital for children; Newport Hospital, a community hospital offering a broad range of health services; Gateway Healthcare, the state’s largest provider of community behavioral health care; Lifespan Physician Group, the largest multi-specialty practice in Rhode Island; and Coastal Medical, a primary care driven medical practice. Lifespan teaching hospitals are among the country’s top recipients of research funding from the National Institutes of Health. The hospitals received $121 million in external research funding in fiscal 2021. All Lifespan-affiliated partners are charitable organizations that depend on support from the community to provide programs and services.