ORLANDO, Fla., April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert G. Graw, Jr., Chief Executive Officer of Righttime Medical Care and Stanford J. Coleman, Chief Networking Officer for Medical Affairs and Community Relations at Righttime Medical Care, both shared their expertise with colleagues at the Urgent Care Association of America's (UCAOA) National Urgent Care Convention in Orlando recently. The event attracted 700 urgent care professionals from throughout the United States wishing to advance their skills and network with colleagues.
Dr. Graw, who heads up the Righttime Medical Care group of nine Maryland facilities serving Anne Arundel, Howard, and Montgomery counties spoke to a large audience on "Communication within a Multi-Site Environment", a subject with which he is intimately familiar. A second lecture given by Dr. Graw was entitled "Starting a New Service Line." Dr. Graw has been working with developing ways to educate sports teams, coaches, and parents on the importance of preventing and treating concussion, and also gave a clinical lecture on Concussion. The website, www.myheadfirst.com was established to help with this mission.
Dr. Coleman, who puts a great deal of focus on recruiting and mentoring superior healthcare professionals interested in delivering Urgent Care for Righttime Medical, presented a lecture entitled "Physician Performance and Setting Expectations at Hire."
Righttime Medical Care, founded in 1989 as Nighttime Pediatrics by a group of dedicated physicians, provides extended-hour access for acute illnesses and injuries beyond the availability and scope of typical primary care practices or retail clinics. Their nine locations are open seven days a week, 365 days a year from 7:00 a.m. until midnight. They accept payments from most insurers and you can telephone, go online 24 hours a day or walk-in to make an appointment for medical care.By providing immediate care, Righttime helps improve a patient's access to medical care as well as the delivery of superior health care in the community. By attending UCAOA's convention and sharing knowledge with colleagues, Righttime once again reaffirmed its dedication to improving the health care system.