We're Growing

Expanding access to convenient care

WellNow Urgent Care℠ is here to provide better access to quality healthcare for more patients in more communities.

WellNow’s growth-focused model has positioned the company as one of the fastest-growing providers of quality urgent care, telehealth, and occupational medicine services. WellNow is also accredited by the Urgent Care Association, a designation earned by just 10% of urgent care facilities.

The company has continued to grow rapidly through the opening of new facilities, strategic acquisitions, and through joint venture partnerships with local health and hospital systems like St. Peter’s Health Partners.

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We look forward to opening facilities in the communities listed below. Keep checking back to see where we will be arriving next.

WellNow Urgent Care’s journey

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The first Five Star Urgent Care opened in Big Flats, NY.

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Five Star locations continued to expand, serving patients across New York State.

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We reintroduced our company as WellNow Urgent Care and acquired MASH Urgent Care’s seven locations in Western New York.

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WellNow entered into a joint venture with St. Peter’s Health Partners to provide urgent care services across the Albany area.

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By the end of 2020, we opened more than 50 locations across New York and Illinois and continue looking for new opportunities to expand.

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With the acquisition of Hometown Urgent Care, we grew overnight to 85+ locations, expanding our footprint to Ohio and Michigan.

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We expanded our footprint to Indiana and Pennsylvania.

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WellNow announces the strategic acquisition of Physicians Immediate Care, expanding the company’s footprint into a sixth state, Wisconsin, and bringing our total number of locations to more than 180.

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