Glasgow Medical Center recently expanded to the University of Delaware’s STAR Campus, bringing an urgent care center to the growing medical and business park.
The 5,500-square-foot facility includes 10 exam rooms, X-ray facilities, a trauma room and space that can be leased by other doctors. It opened Nov. 2 and is expected to treat upward of 20,000 people each year.
The company, which is affiliated with Christiana Care, opened its surgery center and medical aid unit near Peoples Plaza in 1990. Approximately 10 years ago, it opened medical aid units in Middletown and near Christiana Hospital. The STAR Campus facility is the company’s fourth, and Chief Operating Officer Mark Doughty said he expects it to become the busiest.
“It makes sense geographically,” Doughty said. “We’re right in the heart of Newark.” Read more – Newark Post