Thursday, March 08, 2018

Urgent care clinic coming to downtown Bethesda

Righttime Medical Care has leased the remaining ground floor retail space at 4507 Stanford Street in downtown Bethesda, property owner Washington Property Company announced Wednesday. It's about time downtown Bethesda got one of these, as similar clinics have opened in Rockville and downtown Silver Spring recently.

With nighttime, weekend and holiday walk-in hours, Righttime can treat common illnesses and minor injuries. They will occupy 5,550 SF of space on the first level; C-Unit Dance Studio has already leased the upper floor. This building formerly belonged to the family-owned Mark Keshishian and Sons rug shop, which moved to Rockville after 50 years in Bethesda.

Enter Washington Property Company last summer, which recognized a prime urban retail opportunity. “We acquired this building to grow our retail holdings in downtown Bethesda,” WPC Vice President Joshua Gurland said yesterday. “This is a great location just off Wisconsin Avenue, and across Stanford Street from the complex housing Target, Trader Joe’s, and other businesses.” Streetsense and KLNB also played key roles in reaching the deal with Righttime.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

There's already a great urgent care clinic (locally owned too) on Old Georgetown Road across from Lilit Cafe -- MedOne Urgent Care.

Anonymous said...

MedOne is dangerous. The only time I have ever had a reaction to medicine was when it was handed to me at MedOne, and it was dangerous (affected organ function and caused days of severe pain). My wife also had a poor experience at MedOne in which medicine was again handed directly to her but yielded no improvement in health and required a second prescription from another physician.

There are much better—and safer—local Bethesda doctors around. I know others who have been fine, but two-for-two experiences with my family at MedOne have been downright scary.

Anonymous said...

There are multiple UrgentCare options in downtown Bethesda.

I love MedOne Urgent Care.

Anonymous said...

There’s also Bethesda Immediate Care in the Rosedale Park apartments already. Pretty good place. 7 days. Walk in.

Anonymous said...

I go to MedOne all the time, since my normal doctor always has a 2-week wait (do they think I'll still be sick 2 weeks later? If so, I've got bigger problems!). Never had any issues, and great care.

Anonymous said...

There are about 4 parking spots in front of that building.

Anonymous said...

This is great news. I avoid the poorly run ER at Suburban like the plague.

JT said...

MedOne is really great. My experience with RightTime is like that of the "120 Minute Clinic" at CVS - there is never a Right Time for RightTime Medical Care.

Anonymous said...

Is there parking near this facility? The urgent care center on Old Georgetown Rd has 3 or 4 in th back of the building which unfortunately was full when I was trying to visit. (I believe that the spots were taken by staff of the clinic) Needless to say, I didn't see a doctor there because who wants to search for parking while feeling ill.

Anonymous said...

I read that last sentence too fast and thought it said, "Streetsense and KLNB also played key roles in reaching the deal with the Russians."

Anonymous said...

Sounds like this article was mistaken.

Anonymous said...

The author will never admit it.

Robert Dyer said...

5:44/7:24: If you ever go public with your identity, so many people will be taking swings at you on the street that you'll need an urgent care clinic.

Anonymous said...

Two innocuous comments get this violent threat in response? Dyer is losing it.

Anonymous said...

7:24, he still hasn’t.

#dodgingdyer