Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The urgent-care center held a preview on Tuesday and will begin accepting patients on Wednesday morning.
Visits to the emergency room for minor injuries and the hassle of making an appointment with your local physician could soon become a thing of the past for residents West Deptford and Woodbury. MedExpress Urgent Care, a chain of clinical care facilities, held a pre-opening event at its new location on Route 45 in the Southwood Shopping Center, in a building formerly occupied by Hollywood Video. A large crowd attended the event and got a sneak peek at the facilities before its official opening on Wednesday morning. Dheeraj Taranath, the regional medical director for MedExpress, was on hand along with other MedExpress employees and executives for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. “What we're seeing, is there are not enough family doctors, and …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
In the two years since Duffy's Delicious Candies moved out, no other business moved in. Your thoughts?
Sitting snug between Weight Watchers and Hair Connection is a large vacant lot, one of four in the Southwood Shopping Center. While the plaza is acquiring new business, such as MedExpress which will soon take the place of the former Hollywood Video, this particular building has been vacant for about two years after its former resident—Duffy’s Delicious Candies—relocated to the CVS Plaza on Mantua Pike. This latest edition of “Visions for Vacancies” asks the readers of West Deptford Patch to share their ideas for what business should move into this empty building located in The Southwood Shopping Center at 875 Mantua Pike in West Deptford. What do you think? A coffee shop? A bakery? A pet store? A new restaurant? Tell us your idea for the …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Moving into the former Hollywood Video, the new urgent care facility will open its doors soon in West Deptford.
In less than a month, locals who are in need of medical assistance will soon have an alternative to those long trips to the ER. According to MedExpress Senior Vice President of Operations Dean Hatcher, the new location will celebrate its soft opening on Tuesday, Feb. 26—opening for patients the following day. “We’re really excited to be in New Jersey,” says Hatcher, whose company recently opened a center in Cinnaminson with another soon opening in Willingboro. After renovations are complete, the center will open in the former Hollywood Video, located in the Southwood Shopping Center. In the weeks before the center opens, the new MedExpress is hiring and looking for professionals to fill positions. Currently, available positions include …
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Moving into the former Hollywood Video, the new clinic will serve as a walk-in urgent care facility.
With a little renovation, the Southwood Shopping Center in West Deptford will soon have a new addition. The long-vacant building that once housed Hollywood Video is soon to become a new urgent care medical facility. MedExpress—which has one existing location in Cinnaminson—will soon have three New Jersey locations in total, with plans to open a new facility in Willingboro as well. The new MedExpress Urgent Care location will bring provide a full-service, walk-in clinic open every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with a physician on site at all times. While the clinic accepts health insurance from some providers, those without health insurance are welcomed as well. Township administrator Eric Campo confirmed that a permit had been issued by the …
Monday, September 17, 2012
The Woodbury Heights resident is accused of two burglaries in West Deptford in August and September.
A Woodbury Heights man who allegedly committed two recent smash-and-grab burglaries was nabbed after a West Deptford police officer spotted him fleeing the scene of the crime last week, West Deptford police Chief Craig Mangano announced Monday. Jeffery A. Jenis, 41, was speeding out of the Southwood Shopping Center in a silver Saab in the overnight hours on Sept. 12, when West Deptford Ptl. James Grant spotted him, Mangano said. As Grant drove through the parking lot of the shopping center, he heard an audible alarm coming from Prime Time Rentals, and tailed Jenis into the Greenfields section of the township, where Grant stopped him on Holly Drive, Magano said. Jenis and his passenger, Holly M. Pearce, 35, of Mantua, were arrested …
Sunday, April 29, 2012
West Deptford and Woodbury have empty storefronts. You have ideas. Let's hear what you want to see added to West Deptford and Woodbury's business communities.
Next up in West Deptford Patch's weekly feature, Visions for Vacancies: this empty storefront in the Southwood Shopping Center at 875 Mantua Pike (Route 45.) This location was formerly home to Jim's Shoe Repair. Its neighbors are Old Towne Music and Cosmo Nail Salon. What are you dying to see in this location? A bagel shop? An ice-cream spot? A specialty clothing store? Share your vision for this vacancy in the Comments section below.