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PhysicianOne Urgent Care will make a donation to local YMCAs in Massachusetts for every YMCA camp physical completed at PhysicianOne Urgent Care between May 31 and June 3.
CHESTNUT HILL, MA., MAY 30, 2018 — It’s hard to believe that summer is right around the corner. For parents, that means juggling all that comes with the end of the school year, while preparing for summer activities. If one of those activities is summer camp, it’s likely the child will need a physical to attend. 
PhysicianOne Urgent Care makes it easy to check “camp physical” off mom or dad’s ‘to do’ list, with no appointment necessary, plus extended – after work and weekend – hours. And, through June 15, camp physicals are just $35.
On top of that, PhysicianOne Urgent Care just announced that, for a limited time, they will make a donation to four local YMCAs for each YMCA camp physical completed at a Massachusetts PhysicianOne Urgent Care. Between Thursday, May 31 and Sunday, June 3, campers of West Suburban YMCA, Malden YMCA, Waltham YMCA, and Charles River YMCA are encouraged to come in for their $35 camp physical, as it will result in a donation to their local YMCA!
“We are thrilled to support the local YMCA organizations that serve the same communities we serve in Massachusetts,” says Dr. Jeannie Kenkare, Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of PhysicianOne Urgent Care. “Since 2008, we’ve prided ourselves on giving back to our local communities, especially to organizations that are focused on our youth.”
 
About PhysicianOne Urgent Care
PhysicianOne Urgent Care provides quality, easily-accessible, walk-in medical care for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries. All 17 locations throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York are open 365 days per year; 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., weekdays, and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weekends and holidays. Experienced providers are on-site at all times. X-ray and lab services are available on-site. Insurance is accepted; self-pay options are also available. Parking is available at all locations.
Founded in 2008, PhysicianOne Urgent Care was the first in the market to be accredited and certified by the Urgent Care Association of America. In Connecticut and New York, PhysicianOne Urgent Care is proud to be an Affiliate of Yale New Haven Health.
For more information, including a list of services, locations, insurances accepted, career opportunities, to view wait times, and more, please visit www.PhysicianOneUrgentCare.com.

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