PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. – Palmetto Infusion will host an open house at its newly opened Hickory, North Carolina clinic located at 256 10th Avenue NE, Suite A, Hickory, NC 28601 on Thursday, February 6 from 3:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Medical professionals are invited to the open house to tour the clinic, and meet with Palmetto Infusion’s staff and leadership. Attendees will learn first-hand how Palmetto Infusion creates an accessible and affordable infusion therapy option for patients with chronic illnesses. This is the fourth Palmetto Infusion clinic opened in North Carolina since March of 2019, joining the Charlotte, Raleigh and Winston locations.
“In less than one year, we have opened four clinics in North Carolina and we couldn’t be more excited about our growth progression into this market,” said David Goodall, CEO of Palmetto. “We are eager to build meaningful long-term relationships within the communities we serve and look forward to doing so with medical professionals, as well as local business owners in the Hickory area.”
‘The Palmetto Infusion family looks forward to working with the Hickory medical community and the patients we serve,” said Jeremy Bunch, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Palmetto Infusion. “Guests will be treated to refreshments and light appetizers and our staff will be there to greet you and answer any questions.”
About Palmetto Infusion:
Founded in 1999, Palmetto provides comprehensive ambulatory and home-based infusion services to both acute and chronically ill patients. Our compassionate team of experts delivers a cost-effective and seamless care experience that surpasses all others.With 18 locations in South and North Carolina and over 250 employees, we are committed to providing patients living with chronic illness a safe, convenient, and more affordable place to receive treatments that improve their quality life.
Palmetto Infusion – Restoring Health. Restoring Hope.
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