Mesa, AZ (PRWEB) April 22, 2007
NextCare Urgent Care (http://www.nextcare.com/), the nation's largest urgent care provider, has been named a finalist for the Better Business Bureau of Central/Northern Arizona's Business Ethics Awards. The Business Ethics Awards recognize local companies for their commitment to ethical business practices in today's marketplace.
Since its founding in 1993, NextCare immediate care clinic locations have provided quality, affordable healthcare with the utmost commitment to patients. As an immediate care clinic, NextCare offers Medical Discount Programs that are perfect for those who can't otherwise afford healthcare.
Urgent Care Provider NextCare prides itself on its sound and ethical management practices, caring patient and employee relationships and truthful and honest marketing efforts. Known for its consistently positive reputation within the community, NextCare offers free care to women and children at abuse shelters and provides free medical care at local charity events such as Susan G. Komen's Race for the Cure and Arizona Foundation for Women's Walk to end Domestic Violence.
As a company, NextCare's strong and ethical leadership results in many employees and executives who are very involved with serving the community. NextCare President Laurel Stoimenoff is the Chair President of the Arizona Foundation for Women and serves on the Banner Baywood Medical Center and Heart Hospital Development Board. NextCare CEO John Shufeldt is on the board of directors for the Men's Anti-Violence Network.
For more information about quality immediate care clinic NextCare, or to find a location near you, visit http://www.nextcare.com/.
About NextCare Urgent Care
NextCare Urgent Care (http://www.nextcare.com/) is the world's largest privately owned provider of urgent care and occupational medical services, known for bringing together service-driven healthcare and innovative medical technology to the delivery of medicine. NextCare operates 27 urgent care facilities among Arizona, Colorado, Georgia and North Carolina.