Emory Report
April 28, 2008
Volume 60, Number 29


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April 28, 2008
Day clinics convenient option for employees

Una Hutton Newman is senior associate vice president and chief marketing officer, Emory University and chief marketing officer, Emory Healthcare.

If your child gets sick or your husband is running a high fever, you don’t have to go to the Clifton or Midtown campuses of The Emory Clinic to get treatment. Chances are there’s an Emory day clinic conveniently located in your neighborhood that can meet your family’s health care needs.

Emory Healthcare has established a full range of primary care services along with select specialty services closer to your home in such neighborhoods as Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, the Perimeter, Decatur, Sugarloaf, Smyrna and South DeKalb County. These clinics offer the same employee health care benefits as those on our two main campuses.

You have an incentive to use Emory Healthcare physicians because you’re covered in network under Emory’s employee health plan. (Remember to check your insurance to make sure if the doctor is covered.)

As Emory employees, you have direct access to some of the best physicians and health care workers in the country. That’s why we encourage you to spend your health care dollars at EHC. You also benefit financially as you receive significant discounts when using EHC providers.

You can’t beat Emory service for convenience, cost, choice and expertise. So next time you have a family emergency or need health care services, visit http://www.emoryhealthcare.org/tec/ to find out more about the following Emory Primary Care clinics:

• The Emory Clinic, 1525 Clifton Road

• The Emory Clinic, Smyrna

• The Emory Clinic, Decatur

• Emory Family Medicine, Dunwoody

• The Emory Clinic, Flat Shoals Parkway

• The Emory Clinic, Perimeter

• The Emory Clinic, Emory Crawford Long Hospital

• The Emory Clinic, Sugarloaf

For more information about Emory health centers, call Emory HealthConnection at 404-778-7777.