Patient First, one of the new tenants at King's Crossing Shopping Center, 6303 Richmond Highway, is set to open in December, according to company spokesman Ian Slinkman.
Workers were busy last week putting the finishing touches on sidewalks and working on the interior of the brick building.
Kings Crossing is anchored by Walmart, which covers 80,000 square feet. A 15,000-square-foot Chuck E. Cheese’s is located next door. The building housing the neighborhood medical clinic will be located between Walmart and Richmond Highway.
It will be open 365 days a year with hours from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., with no appointment necessary. The medical center will honor all major health insurance plans. For more information on insurance, visit their Web site under Virginia Insurance Participation.
According to its website, the following will be offered at this location:
- Urgent Care for Routine Injuries and Illnesses
- Primary Care Physicians (PCP)
- Lab Testing
- Prescription Drugs
- Occupational Health
Founded in 1981, Patient First is one of a network of regional medical centers and part of a private company headed up by Dr. Richard P. Sowers III and headquartered in Glen Allen, Va.
Another walk-in center, Advanced Urgent Medical Care, is located nearby at 6020 Richmond Highway.