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Nova Medical Centers To Open New Facility in Augusta, Georgia

Augusta, GA (PRWEB) July 12, 2014

The largest pure occupational medicine company in the nation, Nova Medical Centers, is pleased to announce that it will be opening its fifth Georgia center in Augusta.

This new facility will join four Atlanta-based Nova Medical Centers’ locations. The Augusta facility will be located at 3209 Deans Bridge Road, and will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

“With Nova’s treatment philosophy of rapid return-to-work and decreased treatment times for work-related injuries, we believe Augusta employers will see substantially larger gains in indemnity cost savings,” Bruce Meymand, Chief Operating Officer for Nova Medical Centers, said.

The center is scheduled to open for business in mid-July 2014.        


About Nova Medical Centers
As the largest pure occupational health provider in the nation, Nova treats on-the-job injuries, conducts pre-employment services and screens, and offers preventative services such as vaccinations and flu shots. Nova also connects with employers to maximize employees' health and get America back to work better and faster.

Nova Medical Centers has expanded its footprint across Texas and Georgia, and has most recently begun operating in Tennessee. Nova treats more than 40,000 work-related injuries annually across its locations with an average claim closure rate of 14 days. Nova utilizes cutting edge real-time web-based reporting through its proprietary electronic medical system, Occuflex, which allows Nova’s clients to remain constantly up-to-date with claim status. Nova Medical Centers continues to revolutionize occupational healthcare by providing the best occupational medical services possible.

Nova Medical Centers' dedication to its patients and recognized industry success by employers and insurance carriers has ignited the company’s expansion. Nova strives to be accessible from coast-to-coast by 2023. For a full listing of Nova Medical Centers’ locations, please visit or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

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