Moriah Peterson, story and photos:
Several attended the ribbon cutting ceremony of A+ Family Healthcare on Tuesday May 29, 2018. During the ceremony Heather Parsley, APRN addressed the crowd, "I want to thank everyone for their support of the clinic and we are so thankful to everyone who came out today. Our goal is to offer complete family healthcare for ages two and over."
Chamber board member Bob Kleier stated "We really need this in our community. Families can come here for care instead having to drive to Bowling Green. The Chamber is very happy to have this group here."
While the clinic has been open and in full time operation for several months, Heather Parsley, the original manager of the clinic, will return to the staff the last week of June. Patients can check with the receptionist for her schedule. Heather, who is also the mother of Coleton Parsley, who is still recovering from a January sledding accident, said "It feels really good to be back home." She's been on a leave of absence during Coleton's recovery. "I've been feeling out of my routine for awhile and I'm happy to be back. Coleton is continuing to make progress, he will be attending therapy in Nashville three days a week, and he is also happy to be back home."
A+ Family Healthcare Clinic is open Monday through Friday 8-5. The Clinic also announced that they now offer DOT physicals.
Chamber Director Ronda Clemmons said she was very pleased with the turnout. "This has been a great day for the clinic and the Chamber. We are just so happy for them on this joyful day."