MedPost Urgent Care

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MedPost Urgent Care, a subsidiary of Tenet Healthcare Corporation, is a national chain of urgent care facilities that treat patients for a wide range of medical needs and provides immediate attention and care at lower costs than emergency room visits.

Based in Dallas, Texas, MedPost operates over 39 urgent care centers in eight states.[1] MedPost employs over 400 doctors and medical professionals, with specialties including primary care, internal medicine, and emergency medicine.

The company offers a wide range of walk-in care solutions and focuses on urgent care, pediatrics, wellness, seasonal care, sports physicals, and occupational health. The facilities are equipped with imaging and laboratory services.[2]

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In May 2014, Tenet Healthcare Corporation rebranded its urgent care centers and launched MedPost, a national network of urgent care centers. At the time of its launch, there were 23 MedPost Urgent Care Centers in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas.[3]

By March 2015, the number of urgent care centers had nearly doubled, with 39 centers in the eight states. The company has plans to expand into Boston, Atlanta[4] and San Antonio[5]

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