Lindsey Rocha Appointed Practice Manager For Urgent Care OF Connecticut in Norwalk


Lindsey Rocha

NORWALK, CT — Lindsey Rocha of Hamden, CT has been appointed practice manager for Urgent Care of Connecticut in Norwalk. Ms. Rocha’s duties include daily work flow, performance and overall management of the Norwalk location including operations and supervision of administrative and clinical staff.
“Lindsey has served as a credentialing consultant for Urgent Care of Connecticut since 2008 for our Southbury, Brookfield and Norwalk locations. She is a true professional with proven experience and we are so glad to bring her on board to our Norwalk location,” said Linda Rohatsch, executive director for Urgent Care of Connecticut.
Prior to Ms. Rocha’s self-employment as a credentialing consultant, she was a credentialing specialist for Franklin Medical Group in Waterbury for eight years. She graduated with honors from Quinnipiac University with a B.S. in Health Administration.
About PhysicianOne Urgent Care
PhysicianOne Urgent Care provides quality, easily-accessible, walk-in medical care for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries. All locations are open 365 days per year; 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., weekdays, 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.
Founded in 2008, PhysicianOne Urgent Care, the original Urgent Care of Connecticut, was the first in the market to be accredited and certified by the Urgent Care Association of America.
PhysicianOne Urgent Care is a cost-effective alternative to the Emergency Room as well as a convenient alternative to primary care physicians during off or peak hours.
For more information, including a list of services, locations, insurances accepted, career opportunities, and more, or to view current wait times and check-in, please visit
Andrea Tager
Director of Marketing
PhysicianOne Urgent Care

May 18, 2011
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