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Premier Primary Care Opens New Albany Location

NEW ALBANY, IN – Floyd County and the surrounding community will now have access to a new, innovative medical clinic located at 4919 Charlestown Road. Premier Primary Care opens January 4th to provide comprehensive primary care, pediatric, and internal medicine services. The clinic will also provide urgent care, chronic disease management, preventive care, post-hospital follow-up visits, and many other services for patients of all ages. Telehealth and same-day appointments are also available for patient convenience.

The team, led by internal medicine specialist Dr. Suresh Lohano, will consist of nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and support staff to provide the exceptional customer experience for patients. Appointments are being booked in one-hour increments to provide patients the most face-to-face time with the provider and to eliminate long wait times.

“Premier Primary Care’s focus is to provide high-quality comprehensive care,” said Dr. Lohano, owner and operator. “I have the luxury of having inpatient experience as a seasoned hospitalist with the experience of running two hospitalist programs as a leader, as well as working as a primary care physician with a well-set practice for the last 16 years. I invite you to a different kind of healthcare experience where the patients are the priority.”

For passionate care from a team with a patient-centered focus, partner with Premier Primary Care. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. All major health insurance plans are accepted. For more information, please visit or call 812-250-1818.

Jun 17, 2020
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