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Riverside Health Care Center Midtown Coming to Midtown Row

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WILLIAMSBURG-Midtown Row announced a new tenant for the mixed-use development complex on August 4.

Riverside Health Care Center Midtown will move into a building behind Food Lion at 1230 Richmond Road in Midtown Row.

The new Riverside location will provide a variety of comprehensive primary care services including same day appointments, preventive medicine and annual exams, chronic disease management, and acute illness diagnosis and treatment. Outpatient physical therapy will also be offered.

 “Over the years, the Midtown area has been home to key medical services,” said Sally Ryan, vice president of Riverside Medical Group, in a press release. “The former Williamsburg Community Hospital anchored the area for many years. As Williamsburg has grown and expanded, Riverside has worked hard to ensure access to services convenient to the residents in the community. The Midtown development affords us the opportunity to establish a new health care center to compliment this project and meet the needs of families living in Midtown and the surrounding areas.”

Riverside Health Care Center Midtown will be an addition to other medical services in Midtown including the Radiation Oncology Center and MD Express Urgent Care Center, and will be minutes from Riverside Doctors’ Hospital Williamsburg straight down Route 60.

An opening date for Riverside Health Care Center Midtown has not been announcedyet.

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