The Wright Center for Community Health opening new North Scranton Practice
The new location begins seeing patients July 17
The Wright Center for Community Health is expanding access to primary and preventive care by establishing the North Scranton Practice, which will begin accepting patients on Monday, July 17.
The new practice at 1721 N. Main Ave., Scranton, will offer a full complement of integrated primary and preventive health services, offering the convenience of going to a single location to access medical, behavioral health, addiction and recovery services, and other supportive service lines.
The North Scranton Practice location formerly housed Dr. Paul Remick’s family practice under Horizon Medical Corp. Dr. Remick retired June 30.
With the new location, The Wright Center for Community Health offers a network of nine permanent locations across Lackawanna, Luzerne, and Wayne counties that, together with its mobile medical and dental unit called Driving Better Health, serves more than 40,0000 unique patients annually and ensures everyone in the service area has access to high-quality, affordable health services, regardless of their insurance status, ZIP code, or ability to pay.
A Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike, The Wright Center for Community Health’s patient-centered medical home is an essential community provider of safety-net primary and preventive health services, a state-designated Opioid Use Disorder Center of Excellence, and a Ryan White HIV/AIDS Clinic.
The North Scranton Practice is accepting appointments for new patients. To schedule an appointment, call 570-346-8417 or go to TheWrightCenter.org and click on the appointment link near the top of the page. To see a complete list of clinic locations, hours of operation, and services, visit TheWrightCenter.org.