Reown Health Seeks to Serve Patients of the Greater Reno Area Through Newest Health Facility

Reown Health is proud to announce that it will be opening a new practice down in South Reno, Nevada at the Summit Mall this spring. The new health service location will provide primary care services and a full-service laboratory at its opening with the potential for services to increase in the future. The space is designed to help patients feel “at home” and relaxed when they come in to visit, kind of like they would feel relaxing in their living rooms. This will be a 10,000+ square foot clinic covering what are now three vacant storefronts. This will bring Renown to having 12 healthcare facilities in the area including locations in Reno-Sparks, Carson City, Fallon, and Fernley to name a few. The location is also due to open a primary care clinic in the Caughlin Ranch area.

Reown Health is a non-profit healthcare network that earns all of its rights to stay where they are providing quality healthcare to their clients while also giving back to the community. This includes reinvesting into programs, people, and resources that will give back to their patients. There are no out-of-state shareholders or stakeholders to satisfy so Renown Health makes the best decisions with only their patients interests in mind. Over 150 Renown Health Members serve on various boards in advisory capacities across Nevada. Click here to know more.

Good relationships with patients and building trust are the cornerstones of Renown Health and how they conduct themselves within the community. Their advances in healthcare seek to help their clients live healthier, happier lives while receiving the services they need at an affordable price. Renown Health also provides specialized services to patients in the local community as they strive to bring their customers services that would not otherwise be as readily available within the local communities. Soon their latest partnership will see them open the Stanford Children’s and Stanford Medicine facility in Northern Nevada to better serve yet another new community.

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