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411 S Claude A Lord Blvd

NAI Keystone’s Bryan Cole and John Buccinno are named Exclusively brokers for 411 Claude A Lord Blvd Pottsville Pa 17901 Location 411 Claude A Lord Blvd

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Bryan E. Cole | Team Leader
NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC
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MedExpress opens in Muhlenberg

 

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MedExpress Urgent Care opened an urgent-care center today at 3407 N. Fifth Street Highway, Muhlenberg Township.

The office, open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., employs 30.
Dr. Frank Alderman, chief executive of the Morgantown, W.Va.-based company, said the office provides prompt care for episodic illnesses or injuries that are not perceived to be life-threatening.

“Anything life- or limb-threatening – a gunshot wound or significant trauma – should go to the emergency room,” Alderman said. “But a broken ankle, stitches, asthma, pneumonia – all that stuff is welcome at MedExpress.”

He said that a physician and registered nurse are always on site.
Alderman said the company also works with employers to minimize the amount of time that a worker would lose if he had to go to the ER.
The company is in the networks of most insurance companies, but also offers payment plans for the uninsured, he said.

MedExpress was founded in 2001 and has 52 locations in country.

MedExpress opens in Muhlenberg

 

Commercial & Industrial Real Estate in Reading PA

Bryan E. Cole | Team Leader
NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC

www.Bryan-Cole.com
Bcole@naikeystone.com

direct: 610-370-8502
3970 Perkiomen Avenue
Suite 200
Reading, PA 19606

Arthritis center expands in Spring Township

 

The Arthritis & Osteoporosis Center Inc. has been providing treatment in Berks County for more than 35 years. The practice, founded by Dr. Jerome S. Weisberg, has grown to 45 employees, including six board-certified rheumatologists. So it was no surprise that the practice outgrew its 10,000-square-foot office at 401 Buttonwood St.

After a year-long search, the practice moved to a new 20,000-square-foot office on Century Boulevard in Spring Township. The office is near several overlooking the Broadcasting Square Shopping Center.

Rheumatologists are medical doctors who specialize in arthritis and related diseases.

Diseases of the joints, muscles and bones can include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, gout, back pain, myositis, fibromyalgia and tendonitis.

The rheumatologists design individualized treatment programs. The doctors were able to custom-design the space to fit the needs of their patients.
Dr. Peter D. Nicholas Jr. said they did so with the assistance of a popular city architect.

“William Vitale of Designworks Architects, Reading, was pivotal in the development of our green building,” Nicholas said. “When we looked at this building, it was an empty shell. This is a great central area with easy access. This is becoming a doctor’s hub of the area.”

One of the green features is 21 sun tubes on the roof, which illuminate the common areas. When there is enough sunlight to illuminate the tubes, the fluorescent lighting turns off.
The doctors’ offices are designed in pods that allow exam rooms and offices to surround the nurses’ station for communication and patient flow, he explained.
“The bottom line for us when designing this building was the idea that our patients are the most important aspect of the practice,” he said. “We treat our patients as if we are treating our own parents.”

Nicholas said a 2,000-square-foot physical therapy room was added.

“All of our doctors were sending patients out for physical therapy, so we thought it would be integral to have our own physical therapy here in our building,” he said.
The practice is a testing facility for new drugs.
“We get to use drugs years before they receive Federal Drug Administration approval,” Nicholas said. “That gives us a hand-up with the use of anti-rheumatic drugs.”

NAI Keystone’s Bryan Cole represented the property that The Arthritis & Osteoporosis Center Inc. purchased in Spring Township PA.  The site was owned and sold by Kinsley Properties who also built the facility.

 

Bryan E. Cole
NAI Keystone Commercial & Industrial, LLC
http://www.Bryan-Cole.com
Bcole@naikeystone.com
direct: 610-370-8502
3970 Perkiomen Avenue
Suite 200
Reading, PA 19606