Heal Urgent Care Maitland opens its doors with hopes of easing pressure on ED

Chloe Coleman
Updated November 3 2023 - 4:12pm, first published 11:33am
Heal Urgent Care CEO Dr Tim Stewart, director of nursing Jason Carney and people experience manager Nico Vierne in the procedure room, which features Maitland-centric artwork by Mitch Revs. Picture by Simone De Peak
Heal Urgent Care CEO Dr Tim Stewart, director of nursing Jason Carney and people experience manager Nico Vierne in the procedure room, which features Maitland-centric artwork by Mitch Revs. Picture by Simone De Peak

A new medical service has opened in Maitland this week, with potential to reduce pressure on hospital emergency departments and treat patients quickly.

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Chloe Coleman

Chloe Coleman

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Chloe Coleman is a journalist covering news in the Lower Hunter. Contact her on chloe.coleman@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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