Business Magazine Honors Norwalk's Urgent Care Of Connecticut

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Urgent Care of Connecticut won an Optimas award from Workforce magazine on Thursday. Photo Credit: Contributed

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Urgent Care of Connecticut received a prestigious Optimas award from Workforce magazine, a business magazine serving human resources professionals since 1922. Urgent Care of Connecticut has seven offices, including ones in Norwalk and Ridgefield.

The company has received silver in the Partnership category for its efforts in earning accreditation and the Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission, a national symbol of quality and safety in healthcare performance standards.

Optimas award winners are selected by the Workforce editorial staff based on tangible business results.  Winners are recognized for identifying a critical issue within their organization and successfully implementing a HR solution that generates significant results. 

Urgent Care of Connecticut and fellow Optimas winners are featured in the December issue of Workforce magazine. 

Established in 2008 in Southbury, Urgent Care of Connecticut is setting the standard for acute care of non-life threatening medical conditions in the state. UCC was the first physician-owned urgent care center in Connecticut to be certified by the Urgent Care Association of America and the only independent urgent care provider in New England to be accredited by The Joint Commission.

All Urgent Care of Connecticut locations are open 365 days a year between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekends and holidays.

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Norwalk Spectator:

We took a family member there five days ago for a "minor" illness and we were very pleased with the visit. Our relative was seen by a doctor promptly, and I was impressed with the fact that antibiotics were not assigned. They also have a plan,"UR Health" where one can pay a given fee each month and receive a lengthy list of basic services outlined in their pamphlet. They are located across from Walmart on Connecticut Avenue and right next to the bowling lanes. My biggest complaint would be that getting into the driveway can be tricky.

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