Evangelical Announces New Year’s Closures for Some Outpatient Services

December 28, 2018


Evangelical Community Hospital announces upcoming holiday closures that directly impact some outpatient services.

Lab Services
The outpatient phlebotomy labs located in the Hospital, at the West Branch Medical, and at all outlying Family Medicine of Evangelical practices will be closed on New Year’s Day. For more information about Evangelical Community Hospital laboratory services, visit www.evanhospital.com/laboratory-services.

Urgent Care
Urgent Care of Evangelical, located in the West Branch Medical Center, will be closing at 5 pm on New Year’s Eve. Urgent Care will be open regular hours on New Year’s Day, 8 am-8 pm.

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