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Health clinic catering to commercial drivers opens in Wisconsin truck stop


This week, a new urgent and primary care clinic opened within a popular truck stop located in Sturtevant, Wisconsin.

The new clinic is located inside the Racine PETRO at Exit 333 on I-94, according to a release from Interstate Health. The clinic is designed to provide health care services for truck drivers as well as local communities and the motoring public.

The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST and offering variety of services, including urgent care, Department of Transportation and pre-employment physicals, preventative care and wellness visits, vaccines, medication management, and more.

“We are thrilled to open our new clinic in the Racine PETRO, a premier truck stop that not only serves commercial drivers, but also is a landmark for the Villages of Sturtevant, Mount Pleasant and Yorkville,” said Jeff Seraphine, Interstate Health chief executive officer (CEO). “Our mission is to ensure access to quality healthcare for people who frequent America’s highways. By offering urgent care, primary care and occupational health services to the people who know and trust the Racine PETRO, we believe we are fulfilling our mission in a meaningful way.”

“On behalf of Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce (RAMAC), we thank Interstate Health and Racine PETRO for bringing this innovative healthcare model to our community,” said Matt Montemurro, president and CEO of RAMAC. “In addition to the commercial drivers that Interstate Health Racine will serve, I am confident that other people traveling through our community will benefit from having another option of accessing quality urgent care, primary care, and occupational health services. We are excited for their membership in RAMAC and to share in this special announcement.”

You can book an appointment or learn more about services available in the clinic here.


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