A new urgent-care center, about the 35th in Palm Beach County, is scheduled to open late next month near Abacoa.
The Jupiter Medical Center plans to open in the former Blockbuster in Abacoa Plaza, at the northwest corner of Donald Ross Road and Military Trail. The $500,000 center will have lab services, primary care and wellness counseling. The 5,000-square-foot center will be open 12 hours every day.
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By the numbers:
35: Urgent-care centers in Palm Beach County
200: Urgent-care centers in Florida
700: Number of urgent-care centers that open nationally each year
$10 billion: Amount to be spent in urgent-care centers this year.
$15 billion: Amount to be spent in urgent-care centers next year.
SOURCE: Urgent Care Association of Florida