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exer-more-than-urgent-care-logo-340x156-full-widthExer More Than Urgent Care announced Rob Mahan as the company’s Chief Executive Officer and confirmed plans to open new clinics in Redondo Beach, Santa Clarita and Manhattan Beach over the next several months.  Exer More Than Urgent Care is California’s fastest-growing privately-owned ER-alternative and offers patients high-quality healthcare that’s affordable, convenient and provided directly by Emergency Medicine Doctors and Mid-Level Providers.

“I am humbled to join the Exer family and look forward to working with this incredible team of doctors, clinicians and staff to expand our operations and open more clinics across Southern California,” said Rob Mahan.

“Exer was founded by emergency medicine doctors with a brilliant vision to offer ER patients a new choice when their conditions become urgent or serious but not life-threatening. As a father of three who’s spent nearly twenty years working in the healthcare sector, I know first-hand the benefits of having a high-quality ER alternative close to home. I believe everyone deserves that, and by helping to build on and advance Exer’s existing business strategy, I hope soon every community will have an Exer More Than Urgent Care just down the street.”

With on-site laboratories, diagnostic equipment, laceration and splinting facilities, Exer More Than Urgent Care offers patients more services than a standard urgent care clinic. Designed to see patients with little-to-no wait time, Exer welcomes walk-in patients and can offer treatments including IV fluids, IV antibiotics, pediatric services, physical exams, DOT Physical Exams, immunizations, X-rays, prescriptions and corporate care at each clinic location.

“This is an extraordinary time for our company, and I’m absolutely thrilled to welcome Rob as our new CEO,” said Dr. Cherlin Johnson, Exer’s Founder and President of the company’s Medical Corporation.

“Since our inception, I have served as both Chief Executive Officer of our Management Company, while also serving as President of our Medical Corporation. As we expand our operations and open more Exer clinics across Southern California, the medical side of our business must grow in parallel with the management side. Rob has an incredible track record of growing companies in the healthcare industry, and now with him in place as CEO on the management side, I can continue innovating our clinical model to deliver unparalleled care and service for our patients.”

Exer More Than Urgent Care currently operates clinics in Calabasas, Northridge, Beverly Hills, Newbury Park and Sherman Oaks, and the company is mobilizing to open additional clinics in Redondo Beach, Santa Clarita and Manhattan Beach over the next several months.

“The demand to bring Exer More Than Urgent Care clinics into more communities is rapidly increasing thanks to our partnership with Providence Health & Services,” said Dr. Johnson. “Providence Health & Services is the country’s third largest not-for-profit health care system and we are excited to work together to bring emergency medicine directly into more communities while easing the strain on local Emergency Departments.”

Exer More Than Urgent Care accepts most PPO and many HMO insurance plans, and the company offers several affordable payment options for those without health insurance.  Exer clinics are open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with little-to-no wait time and each clinic registers the last patient at 8:30 p.m.

For more information about Exer More Than Urgent Care including new locations and recruitment opportunities, visitwww.ExerUrgentCare.com.

 

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