Urgent care, retail clinics see growth in Eastern Wis.

11/1/2010 | Green Bay Press-Gazette (Wis.)

Urgent care and retail walk-in clinics have seen growth throughout Eastern Wisconsin, experts said, attracting a mix of insured and uninsured patients with open scheduling. Urgent care centers, usually staffed by physicians and able to take more complex cases, tend to stress how they differ from walk-in clinics, which often are staffed by nurse practitioners and have shorter hours.

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