PeaceHealth Medical Group Urgent Care, with locations in Eugene and Springfield, has received the Certified Urgent Care Designation from the Urgent Care Association of America, which distinguishes it as a true urgent care center.
What does UCAOA stand for?
UCAOA stands for Urgent Care Association of America (Valrico, FL)
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David Stern at the 2012 Urgent Care Association of America Spring Conference in Las Vegas, NV to be donated to the Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care - Catherine McAuley MERCY Foundation Haiti Relief Effort.
Facilitated by the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA), Urgent Care Awareness Week is a nationwide effort to increase public awareness of the urgent care industry.
The general rule used to be that it took about 40,000 people to support an urgent care center, said Lou Ellen Horwitz, executive director of the Urgent Care Association of America.