“The Washington Regional Urgent Care Clinics in Johnson and Fayetteville are able to serve the needs of people in the community who get sick with acute illnesses, who need to be seen as soon as possible, who can’t get into their doctor’s offices.” Dr. Ronald Brimberry is an Urgent Care Physician with Washington Regional and he says that Urgent Care Clinics can be a great place to get medical care after hours when the doctor’s office is not open.
“We take care of all sorts of things minor injuries, sprains , strains, minor fractures, a lot of infectious stuff like sinus infection, ear infections, soar throats, urinary tract infections, even pneumonia and bronchitis… Children, people of all ages and we also accept all payers at our locations.”
“They are conveniently located. “They’re new and beautiful facilities. The Johnson location is right off of I 49 on exit 69 headed east very conveniently located easy to find. The Washington Regional Urgent care center in Fayetteville is located off of Bob Younkin drive which is just across from the Emergency Department at the hospital and it’s even newer than the facility here, this one is just over a year old. So they are beautiful well equipped facilities. They are staffed with excellent provider staff and nursing staff. And we’d be happy to take care of people’s acute needs here.”
The Washington Regional Urgent Care Clinic in Johnson is open from 7 am to 7pm everyday. The Fayetteville location is open from 9 am to 9 pm everyday. – Sponsored Content