Augusta University Health opens second care center in Columbia County

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Augusta University Health Care Center Grovetown II is located on West Robinson Avenue.

Augusta University Health has opened its second care center in Grovetown to continue providing primary care services when and where the community needs it most.

Augusta University Care Center Grovetown II, located on West Robinson Avenue, will offer walk-in, on-demand care as well as scheduled appointments for pediatrics and women’s health, including maternal-fetal medicine.

Pediatricians at Augusta University Health’s Care Center Grovetown I at 417 Lewiston Road will now be at the Grovetown II location, and Internal Medicine physicians will be serving at the Grovetown I care center beginning in January.

“AU Health is committed to bringing expert health care closer to home. With opening a second location in Grovetown, we are taking another step in a robust plan to offer ambulatory care in more convenient settings for patients and families,” said Katrina Keefer, chief executive officer of Augusta University Health System and executive vice president for health affairs at Augusta University.

 Learn more about Augusta University Health’s Care Center Grovetown II or make an appointment. Operating hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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