Justin Langlois, CCIM and Kathryn “KJ” Juneau of SVN | Graham, Langlois, and Legendre sold the southwest corner of Perkins Road and Lee Drive for $725,000. One of the most high-profile locations in Baton Rouge, the lot was purchased by investor group Docbox LLC. The group is building an urgent care clinic for Point of Care Health Group’s expanding brand—Patient Plus Urgent Care.
Dr. Rubin Patel, CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Patient Plus Urgent Care added, “I used to live in the house behind the lot when I was doing my residency, and the lot has been vacant ever since. It’s almost come full circle being that now we will be expanding our practice there.”
The group worked with the Southdowns Civic Association to overcome the hurdle of getting approval for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) and to gain community approval to develop on the lot, which has remained vacant for over twenty years. The location is situated on a major thoroughfare surrounded by residential and commercial developments and is one of the last developable lots in the area. This location will provide bring convenient access to quality medical care to the residents of the community. Patient Plus construction should start in three to four months and be completed by February/March of 2017.
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Patient Plus Urgent Care – Get in, Get better.
When you’re sick or injured, whether routine or urgent, quality medical care should be easy to find and available when you need it. That’s the idea behind Patient Plus Urgent Care, with convenient locations in Baton Rouge, Prairieville, & Brusly.
Patient Plus treats most common illnesses and injuries — the sniffles, rashes, fevers, aches, breaks, and other conditions that deserve prompt treatment but aren’t serious enough to require a trip to the nearest emergency room. The clinics provide complete diagnostic services, including X-rays, EKGs, and flu and strep tests. Other services include physicals, vaccinations, and more. Patient Plus clinics are open every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and patients never need to call first or make an appointment.