Palm Beach North Industry Insight: Jupiter Medical Center
Jupiter Medical Center Scheduled to Open Two New Urgent Care Facilities
When you spike a fever, twist an ankle or your child develops an ear infection, you can’t always wait for a physician appointment. Your first reaction may be to head straight to the nearest emergency room. You’ll certainly get the medical care you need, but maybe not the convenient or cost-effective health care consumers want. More and more savvy patients are realizing urgent care centers can fill a vital need as they try to maintain their overall health and wellness and that of their loved ones.
Jupiter Medical Center currently operates two urgent care facilities in Jupiter, and two more are scheduled to open next year – one in Palm Beach Gardens and another in downtown West Palm Beach. In addition to urgent care services for patients seeking treatment of a minor illness or injury, we also offer basic imaging, lab tests, travel-related vaccinations and routine physicals, as well as flu shots and other maintenance appointments.
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In Case You Missed It: Arts & Culture Breakfast
Beth Kigel, Rena Blades, Jack Lighton, Jamie Stuve, Andrew Kato, and Jan Cairnes | Photo Credit: David R. Randell Photographics
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce January breakfast program featured a panel discussion of cultural leaders covering the economic impact that arts and culture has on the Palm Beach North community. In addition, guests enjoyed a special performance by students from the Maltz Jupiter Theatre Goldner
Conservatory of Performing Arts as well as appearances by Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s mascot, Fletch, and the Jupiter Lighthouse Keeper. Each guest also received a special goody bag containing gifts from our arts and culture partners.
Panelists included Andrew Kato, Producing Artistic Director & Chief Executive of Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jack Lighton, President & CEO of Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Jamie Stuve, President & CEO of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, and Rena Blades (Moderator), President & CEO of Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.
This event was sponsored by the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and Hanley Center Foundation, and produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce.
Trustee Spotlight: Mike Rajewski, Sinclair Broadcast Group
For over 25 years, Mike has been working in the Broadcast Television industry acquiring marketing experience from coast to coast with companies such as Paramount, COX, Viacom, CBS and Hearst. He joined Sinclair in October 2013 and moved to West Palm Beach as General Sales Manager of WPEC CBS12. He was promoted to Director of Sales in April 2015 and now oversees all aspects of Sales for the company’s four television stations and digital platforms here.
“I am a Broadcaster and Marketer committed to growing the businesses of our advertising partners and serving our community. I am passionate about the medium because Broadcast Television is the most powerful way to deliver a message, and the only means of delivering that message to a large number of people simultaneously. It’s the only mass medium left. It works, and I’ve witnessed its power and influence time and time again.”
Christine A. Moore, MBA, CMPE, is the most recent addition to First Citizens Bank as Senior Vice President of their Healthcare Specialty Group. Moore has been working in the banking and financial services profession for over thirty years, with almost twenty focusing on working with physicians, dentists, other healthcare professionals.
Amanda Howard Real Estate based in Huntsville, Alabama, recently opened their newest expansion office located in Jupiter, FL. This is the fourth office location for the company, and has had the pleasure of serving over 700 families in 2016. This office will service the areas of Jupiter and Palm Beach County. www.jupiter.amandahoward.com
Do you have questions about obesity and the surgical options available to you? January 5th, Join Dr. John Bacha, a general surgeon on the medical staff at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center for a discussion on treatments offered at the hospital. Call 561-625-5070 or click here to register.
Join us Thursday, 1/12 from 3-7PM for the GRAND OPENING celebration of Koko FitClub Abacoa. Come meet Koko FitClub owners Pattie & Jared Light & see how people everywhere are reshaping their bodies from the inside out with the proven Smartraining fitness system. Free Body Composition Evaluation, cocktails &hors d’oeuvres. Ribbon Cutting at 4PM. 5500 Military Trail, Abacoa Plaza. Jupiter, FL 33458. Click here for more information.
Join Place of Hope for the 2017 Sporting Clays Fun Shoot on January 20th at the South Florida Shooting Club! By partnering with his major event of over 260 participants and sponsors, you can join Place of Hope and rescue the at-risk foster children in our community. Click here for more information and to register your team.
Scenthound’s 4th Annual Dog Care Awareness Day is a fun, family-friendly event, and will include: Free admission, Free nail trims for all registered dogs, Dental cleaning giveaways ($185 value), Live music by The Helmsmen, Face painting by Cool Beans and other kids’ activities, Swag bags, Food and vendors. For more information and to register click here. Benefiting Friends of Jupiter Beach.
Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce, 5520 PGA Blvd, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418