Long Beach, CA MedPost Now Certified Urgent Care Center

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MedPost Urgent Care Long Beach has been awarded the Certified Urgent Care Center Category 2 destination by the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA).

If you live in Long Beach, CA, you will now have access to a Certified Urgent Care Center.

MedPost Urgent Care Long Beach has been awarded the Certified Urgent Care Center Category 2 designation by the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA). This designation was awarded as part of the 2015 Q1 term.

This designation is not awarded to just every urgent care center -- in fact, only a select few around the country have met all of UCAOA’s nationally standardized criteria. MedPost Urgent Care Long Beach will also now be listed as a Certified Urgent Care Center in UCAOA’s “Find a Center” search engine.

This designation means that MedPost Urgent Care in Long Beach is consistent with UCAOA criteria that defines easy access and services that allow for the care of patients with a variety of illnesses, injuries or diseases.

With this Certified Urgent Care (CUC) designation, MedPost can play a role in educating the Long Beach community and stakeholders, eliminating confusion with other kinds of providers, and having an edge in the marketing field to effectively describe their level of urgent care services.

About MedPost Urgent Care

MedPost Urgent Care is a part of Tenet Healthcare Corporation, a leading healthcare services company that operates 80 hospitals and over 200 outpatient centers across the country. MedPost has urgent care clinics in eight states across the U.S., including Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. MedPost provides accessible, affordable and efficient walk-in care to the communities it serves.

About Urgent Care Association of America

The Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) is a membership association that was founded in 2004 and represents all professionals working in the urgent care industry in the United States and abroad. Their mission is to advance, distinguish and support urgent care medicine through education, community awareness and advocacy.

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