Mission Hospital opens outpatient center in Clyde

Mission Outpatient Care Center will celebrate its grand opening on Hospital Drive with health presentations on July 20 and 21 from 6 to 7 p.m. and a community celebration at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 23.

The discussion for Wednesday, July 20 will be “Bone, Joint, and Back Pain: Understanding Common Causes and Treatments” by orthopedic surgeon David Jarrett, of Asheville Orthopaedic Associates, and orthopedic surgeon and spine specialist Hubert Gooch Jr., of Carolina Spine and Neurosurgery Center.

Thursday, July 21 will be “Weight Management 101: Your Life, Your Options, Your Health” by bariatric and internal medicine specialist Sonja Humphrey, of Mission Weight Management Center.

The festivities on Saturday will begin with a ribbon cutting at 11:30 a.m. Free t-shirts will be given to the first 50 adults who register. Mission Health System President and CEO Ronald A. Paulus, will be greeting guests. Tours of the facility will be offered along with children’s activities and the opportunity to complete body mass index and blood pressure screenings. The bluegrass band Appalachian Fire will be playing and the food is free and provided by Holy Smoke, a ministry of St. Andrews On The Hill of Canton.

The new center offers a wide variety of healthcare services, including family medicine, imaging and laboratory services, orthopedic care, spine care, neurosurgery evaluations and follow-up care, and wound healing services. Seating is limited for the physician presentations. To pre-register, call 828.505.1809 or visit missionhospitals.org/ClydeCare.

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