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Oklahoma Urgent Care Association Says Help Is Needed Now

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The Urgent Care Association of Oklahoma is urging Urgent Care practitioners and those involved in the Urgent Care industry to act now to help the victims of the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma.

“The Urgent Care industry is known for providing Urgent Care on a day-to-day basis. Now, when thousands of people are in urgent need, that same caring philosophy should be a driving force for the Urgent Care industry to provide help for the tornado victims,” said Sam Yates, founder of the Urgent Care Association of Oklahoma. The Urgent Care Association of Oklahoma, the only Urgent Care Association of its kind in Oklahoma has posted links on its website directing where help may be sent. You may visit the Urgent Care Association of Oklahoma at www.ucaook.org.

“The devastating tornadoes are also another example of why Urgent Care centers should be a critical component of mass casualty or significant disaster response,” added Yates. “Urgent Care owners and managers should take the lead to meet with disaster officials, health departments, and other similar organizations to see if there is a role they may play when a disaster such as the Oklahoma tornado strikes. Even if the plan is to rapidly publicize that Urgent Care centers are open to treat non-life threatening injuries, that plan should be in place. It would help to relieve the significant burden hospitals and other care providers face after a significant event where natural or man-made,” concluded Yates.

The Urgent Care Association of Oklahoma is one of 50 business-to-business Urgent Care Associations located throughout the United States. To become a member of a state Urgent Care Association or to inquire about Preferred Vendor opportunities for single or multiple states, contact Sam Yates at (772) 528-5185 or by e mail at sam@yatespro.com.

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Press Release: EDUCATION AND THE INTERNET ARE CHANGING THE WAY URGENT CARE CENTERS OPERATE

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URGENT CARE MARKETING GROUP SAYS EDUCATION AND THE INTERNET ARE CHANGING THE WAY URGENT CARE CENTERS OPERATE

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/01/prweb4965214.htm

STUART, Florida/January 14, 2011 — The nation’s urgent care center owners and operators are now turning to the internet and educating the public and businesses about urgent care as key components of their marketing plans for 2011. “These are the must have basics for every urgent care center owner/operator,” said Sam Yates, founder of the Urgent Care Marketing Group.  “Increasingly, the general public and businesses are turning to the internet to search for their care providers and to learn more about urgent care medicine. An urgent care provider without a website or without collateral materials such as brochures and rack cards is losing patients every day,” added Yates.

According to current internet data, the United States has more than 239 million internet users or approximately 73% of the nation’s population. Internet use has increased 151% in the last decade.  “The internet and various search engines are quickly replacing more traditional information sources such as telephone directories for people looking for an urgent care center,” noted Yates. “Five years ago, if you asked a room full of urgent care owners if they had a website, only a handful would raise their hand. Today, especially with the advent of smart-phone technology, you must have a web presence and you must support and promote that presence with collateral materials, news media exposure, and place your practice in search engines and on the minds of potential customers,” added Yates.

The Urgent Care Marketing Group also advises urgent care center owners and operators to be creative in educating the public about their practices and urgent care medicine.  “Right now, there is a lot of public confusion about what is happening in the health care industry in general.  Providers who take the lead in helping to educate the public about urgent care generally are seeing more patients,” said Yates.

Yates points to “creative awareness” as one way of educating the public about urgent care medicine. “Every day, hundreds, if not thousands of people, nationwide are involved in minor traffic accidents and choose to not seek an evaluation from a qualified medical doctor because they do not want to experience a long wait in an emergency room.” The Urgent Care Marketing Group recommended that clients offer ‘crash checkups’ at their clinics as an alternative to the emergency room. “Now, as more people become aware of crash checkups they are seeking evaluations at urgent care centers that may pinpoint medical problems that would otherwise have gone undetected.  Creative awareness is creating a win-win scenario. Crash victims are getting care they may not have gotten and our urgent care clinics are seeing more patients,” Yates added.

For more information about how the Urgent Care Marketing Group may assist your urgent care practice in maintaining and growing your market share, visit www.UrgentCareMarketing.com.

The Urgent Care Marketing Group is a single source of marketing, public relations, internet, social media, video, and design services operating online through the website www.UrgentCareMarketing.com.  Founded as a consortium of leading marketing, public relations, internet, graphic design, and video production experts to the Urgent Care Industry, the site is a one-stop-shop for urgent care providers.

The group of Urgent Care Marketing professionals provides web design, brochures, marketing videos, direct mail, advertising, public relations, and a full range of marketing activities from direct mail to providing brochures and other urgent care collateral materials.

To learn more about the services created specifically for the Urgent Care Industry, visit www.UrgentCareMarketing.com.  You may also call (772) 463-8152 or toll free 800-805-3942.  Please send written inquiries to Urgent Care Marketing, 506 South Federal Highway, Stuart, Florida, 34994.

URGENT CARE MARKETING GROUP SAYS URGENT CARE PROVIDERS FEELING UPBEAT

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11/5/2010 Press Release:  TCPalm.com

URGENT CARE MARKETING GROUP SAYS URGENT CARE PROVIDERS FEELING UPBEAT

The nation’s urgent care center owners and operators are predicting business growth and increased financial stability for 2011 according to a recently completed survey conducted by the Urgent Care Marketing Group.  The Urgent Care Marketing survey, released to coincide with National Urgent Care Awareness Week November 8 – 12, asked specific questions related to local market conditions.  See survey results here: 2010 Urgent Care Practitioner Economic Survey Results

Read Entire News Article: http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2010/nov/05/stuart-urgent-care-marketing-group-releases-econom/



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November 6, 2010 at 7:42 pm