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OrthoCincy Wellington Walk-In Urgent Care

Walk-In Urgent Care Now Available

Eastgate, OH – OrthoCincy Wellington Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine now offers expanded walk-in urgent care service at their Eastgate location – 4355 Ferguson Dr., Cincinnati, making it the fourth Greater Cincinnati location to offer this appointment-free service with three locations already offered by partner OrthoCincy in Northern Kentucky.

ORTHOPAEDIC URGENT CARE IN THE TRI-STATE

OrthoCincy Wellington in Eastgate (OH): Monday – Friday, 9a.m.-5p.m.

OrthoCincy in Florence & Highland Heights (campus of NKU): Monday – Friday, 9a.m.-5p.m.

OrthoCincy in Edgewood: Monday – Friday, 9a.m.-9p.m. & Saturday, 9a.m.-1p.m.

 

A care provider and staff are dedicated to walk-in patients, so no appointment is ever needed.

“We strive to increase access to services for patients at locations that are convenient to them,” said Dr. Robert Rhoad - hand, wrist and elbow surgeon. “The pandemic has shown that patients are looking more than ever for safe, cost-effective alternatives to traditional emergency rooms.”

CDC guidelines are followed to ensure best practices provide patients and staff with a safe environment.

“Whether you are a little leaguer or a baby boomer, our expert staff is available to promptly treat fractures, sprains, strains and more,” added Dr. Amelia Wiggins - knee, shoulder and sports medicine specialist. “With multiple locations, days and hours, we hope to offer a time that is convenient to our patients’ busy schedules and active lifestyles.”

If needs are not urgent, patients are encouraged to schedule an in-person visit by calling 513.232.2663 or visiting OrthoCincyWellington.com for convenient online scheduling.

About OrthoCincy Wellington Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine has been a Cincinnati sports medicine staple for more than 50 years. In February, 2021, Wellington joined OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, the largest independent orthopaedic practice in the Tri-State. Together, they offer 12 convenient locations across Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. This partnership is led by 40 board-certified/eligible physicians, offering comprehensive orthopaedic care, including sports medicine, physical therapy, walk-in urgent care, diagnostic imaging, regenerative medicine and surgical services.

Author
Dr. Amelia Wiggins Dr, Amelia J. Wiggins, DO, is a board-certified fellowship-trained sports medicine, an orthopaedic surgeon. She is part of the team of specialists at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, practicing in the Anderson and Eastgate Cincinnati offices as well as the clinic in Sardinia, Ohio. With nearly a decade of experience, Dr. Wiggins has extensive experience in the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports medicine injuries. She specializes in knee & shoulder arthroscopy with interest in ACL injuries, patella instability, cartilage restoration, and shoulder instability.

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