East Tennessee Medical Group’s CareToday Clinic Offers Advantage vs. the ER

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East Tennessee Medical Group’s CareToday Clinic Offers Advantage vs. the ER

ALCOA, Tenn. – Summertime injuries don’t have to be a pain.

rahn_l_015rEast Tennessee Medical Group‘s C. Larry Rahn, M.D., thinks we all should spend as much time with our family and friends as possible. That’s why patients should know that walk-in clinics like the (ETMG) CareToday Clinic, 266 Joule Street, Alcoa, Tenn., are a natural alternative to the hectic chaos of a local emergency room.

“For summer-type minor injuries and infections such as bee stings, minor burns, poison ivy and sprains, the CareToday Clinic presents an excellent alternative for these types of ailments. We provide quality care efficiently and conveniently in a quiet setting. By coming to the CareToday Clinic, a patient avoids spending hours and hours in local emergency waiting rooms,” said Dr. Rahn, a board-certified emergency medicine physician and medical director of the CareToday Clinic. The CareToday Clinic is open weekdays, evenings, weekends, and most holidays.

Celebrating its 15th anniversary, East Tennessee Medical Group, 266 Joule Street, Alcoa, is Blount County’s most comprehensive physicians’ organization, with more than 50 physicians and allied health professionals, supported by state of the art technology and staff. ETMG was voted the #1 healthcare facility in Blount County in the 2009 Maryville Daily Times Readers’ Choice Awards. ETMG also is the recipient of the 2008 TECHMED award for its use of innovative electronic medical records and patient care technology. For more information, call 984-ETMG or visit its website at www.etmg.net.


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