Stewart & Tate hired to build new Patient First facility
York-based Stewart & Tate Construction has been tapped to build a Patient First in Bucks County, the contractor's sixth project for the Virginia-based urgent-care chain.
The 7,150-square-foot medical facility will be built in Fairless Hills, with construction slated to wrap up in July. The center will include staff offices, exam rooms, a waiting room an on-site x-ray and lab testing capabilities.
Cost of the construction was not disclosed.
Open 365 days a year, Patient First provides walk-in urgent care for routine injuries and illnesses, as well as primary care for patients without a regular physician.
Patient First operates 74 facilities across the Mid-Atlantic region, according to its website, including four in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster and York counties.
Stewart & Tate is part of Stewart Group Inc., which finished 2018 with $850 million in revenue.