New Physician Assistant Joins Physicians Care-East Ridge

EAST RIDGE, Tenn., (January 14, 2019) – Physicians Care is proud to welcome a new Physician Assistant to the East Ridge healthcare team.

Robert Relic, PA-C is a graduate of the Physician Assistant Program at Philadelphia University with full-time clinical rotations across a variety of specialized areas. He joins the Physicians Care after recently serving at HCA Healthcare/CareNow Urgent Care in Nashville. Prior to that position, he was a Physician Assistant and Clinical Instructor at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston where his area of focus was Neuroscience. Relic also has extensive work delivering care in emergency room settings.

“We are excited to have Robert join our team,” said Physicians Care Division Vice President Ellis Harris. “His vast patient care experience, particularly in emergency care settings, will be a welcome addition to our group of exceptional team members.”

Physicians Care - East Ridge is located at 403 McBrien Road, near East Ridge Theater. The center is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. New patients can register online. No appointment is necessary and most insurances are accepted.

About Physicians Care

Physicians Care is an affiliate of Urgent Team, one of the largest independent operators of urgent and family care centers in the Southeast.  The Urgent Team Family of Centers provides quality and affordable family healthcare at 46 locations under four brands: Physicians Care (nine locations in Tennessee), Sherwood Urgent Care (nine centers throughout Arkansas); Urgent Team (22 centers throughout Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee); and Baptist Health Urgent Care (six centers in Arkansas). Physicians Care’s convenient, walk-in centers provide a range of healthcare services including treatments for injuries and illnesses, occupational health and wellness care. Urgent Team’s company headquarters are located in Nashville, Tenn. For more information, visit




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