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Total Access Urgent Care Expands with Team Growth and New Location
The St. Louis, Missouri urgent care medical group has been expanding with the addition of new medical professionals and another location slated to open in South County.
Total Access has recently hired three doctors, three physician assistants and a director of clinical operations. The doctors include Dr. Carter P. Fenton, Jr., who heads the group’s Chesterfield location; Dr. Paul David Hinrichs, who will head up a new location that is still being planned; and Dr. Scott Soerries, who will be the head of the new South County site. The South County location, which is one component of the Total Access Urgent Care’s current expansion, will open in April. The group currently has locations open in St. Louis (Rock Hill) & Chesterfield.
Dr. Carter Fenton, Jr. is board certified in emergency medicine and has held emergency medicine attending-staff privileges at Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. Dr. Paul Hinrichs has worked as a physician at Mercy Urgent Care and as an emergency department physician at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center. Dr. Hinrichs has also served as a family practice physician with Westglen Family Physicians, with a group practice at DePaul Health Center and with the U.S. Air Force. Dr. Scott Soerries has practiced emergency medicine through various medical groups and facilities in both Texas and Missouri. He has served as a part-time faculty member for the St. Mary’s Health Center Internal Medicine Residency Program, and as an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine for the St. Louis University School of Medicine.
Total Access Urgent Care’s new physician assistants include Jennifer Ehret, Melissa Pennington and Dennis Arroyo. Kevin Hawk is the group’s new Director of Clinical Operations. Ms. Ehret previously worked as a physician assistant in the emergency departments of multiple medical centers in Missouri, North Carolina, and Massachusetts. Ms. Pennington has experience as a physician’s assistant in the state of Minnesota, Washington and Oregon. Mr. Arroyo is a physician assistant who has 17 years of emergency medicine experience and two years of hematology/oncology experience. Furthermore, he has 29 years of medical experience in the U.S. Army, both as a field medic and as a senior physician assistant.
Total Access Urgent Care focuses on medical treatment of common injuries and illnesses for patients of all ages from infants to the elderly. To learn more about Total Access Urgent Care and its medical team, visit http://www.totalaccessurgentcare.com.