Workwell closes one clinic, reopens another
Last Updated: 15:02 October 18, 2013
At the same time, Longmont-based WorkWell will reopen its Longmont clinic on Nov. 1, according to Courtney Wentworth, the company's business development director.
The WorkWell clinic changes are related to the flooding in September, Wentworth said. The clinic in Longmont had to be completely gutted and remodeled after it was flooded, she said. The company's clinics in Loveland and Fort Collins also were closed for several days during the flooding, she said.
Given the flooding and the "slow" start for the clinic at 3434 47th St., Suite 100, in Boulder, the company has decided to "pull back our resources" and close it, Wentworth said. That clinic, which opened in June, was not affected by flooding.
Dr. Peter Mars, who headed the clinic in Boulder, will move to the clinic in Longmont, Wentworth said.
"We just need to step back and regroup after the flood and decide what's next," Wentworth said.
In Longmont, WorkWell is operating from a temporary clinic at 1350 Stuart St. near Longmont United Hospital. Workers will move back to the company's remodeled original clinic at 205 S. Main St., Suite C, on Nov. 1, Wentworth said.
The company plans to open a clinic or clinics in the Denver market soon, Wentworth said without giving details.
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