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A Message from Our CEO

Hello everyone,
I just wanted to send a quick message to let you know that everything you love about Urgent Care of Connecticut is staying the same – except for our name!
I’m pleased to announce that, effective June 2014, our name will be …

Why change our name? Well, we are growing – our new name will allow us to serve more patients and more communities in neighboring states.
PhysicianOne Urgent Care is the result of a 15 month process where Urgent Care of Connecticut consulted with current patients (maybe you were one of them?), other users of Urgent Care services, and employees using a combination of qualitative and quantitative research. The process was focused on ensuring that the new name was representative of the quality and expert care that people who utilize Urgent Care of Connecticut for their non-life threatening injuries and illnesses have grown to expect.
We love the new name and, once you see our new branding, we think you will agree that it exemplifies the professionalism and experience our doctors and clinical staff have presented since we opened our first clinic in 2008.
Thank you for being a part of the Urgent Care of Connecticut family. Given the choice you have for urgent care centers, we are pleased that we are top of mind for you.
Regards,
Dr. R. Robert Rohatsch, MD
Chief Executive Officer
Please note that our blog will be getting a makeover under our new company name. Not to worry though, we will continue to provide you with the same content that you have come to know and love. When our new website and blog go live, you will automatically be redirected. Thank you for your continued support. -Jeannie Kenkare, D.O., blog author.

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