Carondelet opens clinic on Silverbell
The Carondelet Medical Group has opened a walk-in clinic on Tucson's West side.
The Carondelet Silverbell Walk-in Clinic is located at 2500 N. Silverbell Road, Suite 100. Its hours are 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.
Carondelet has also opened a new walk-in clinic in Sahuarita. The two new offices join a network of nearly 20 Carondelet Medical Group and Carondelet Specialty Group offices throughout Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Walk-in clinics "offer easy-to-access care for non-emergency illnesses or injuries without the need for an appointment," a release said. Physicians Michael Beals, DO; Richard L. Klassen, MD; and Moira Shannon, MD are among healthcare providers who'll serve the needs of patients in both locations on a rotating basis.
"Our goal is to see patients quickly, efficiently and correctly," said Beals. "That has always been my vision. We can be something different, a part of the solution to the healthcare delivery system in the Tucson area."
Beals said a visit to a walk-in clinic is an ideal "stop gap" if you are hurt or ill, but can't see your regular primary care doctor right away. After a clinic visit, physicians encourage patients to follow-up with their regular doctors for continued care. If the patient does not have a primary care provider, the staff can suggest a Carondelet Medical Group physician who is accepting new patients in their area.
Carondelet clinics are organized to reduce wait times. If there is a wait of an hour or more, front office staff will take a patient's phone number and call them 15 minutes before they can be seen, the release said.
For more information, go to http://www.carondelet.org/cmg">www.carondelet.org/cmg.
Businesswoman joins Interfaith director board
Small-business owner Mary Ann Brody has joined the board of Services.
Brody owns "Kissed By An Italian," a personal chef and catering service, which she launched in September 2008.
Brody has almost 30 years of marketing and advertising experience. She worked as director of marketing for the Western U.S. for Wendy's International for nearly 14 years.
"Mary Ann is a smart and enthusiastic business woman," said ICS board President Ed Jenkins. "She's already put her energy and ideas to work for ICS, and we're happy to have her take on board responsibilities."
ICS is a volunteer-based nonprofit that since 1985 has provided food and emergency financial assistance to Pima County residents in need and assists seniors and disabled people with Mobile Meals, transportation, home repairs, and health and safety concerns. ICS is supported by more than 600 volunteers, 53 faith communities and the community at large. For more information, call 297-6049.
Eateries to open at OV Marketplace
Two new restaurants are opening at Oro Valley Marketplace this week.
In-N-Out Burger is set to open on Wednesday, June 9. It's known for quality hamburgers and french fries, and has been in business since 1948.
In-N-Out Burger is located on the far southeast side of the Marketplace along Oracle Road.
Harvest Moon, a Chinese cuisine restaurant, opens its doors at Oro Valley Marketplace on Friday, June 11. It features Cantonese, Mandarin and Szechuan cuisine. Harvest Moon will be located adjacent to Century Theatres.
The marketplace sits on 114 acres at Oracle and Tangerine roads. It has 800,000 square feet of retail space, local artwork and riparian nature trails. The developer is Vestar, headquartered in Phoenix.