Join Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine at these upcoming community events. We hope to see you there!
Rocky Mountain Air Show on August 15th
On Saturday, August 15th, we will participate in the Rocky Mountain Air Show at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield, CO. For more information click here.
Market Day on August 22nd
On Saturday, August 22nd, we will participate in the City of Brighton’s Market Day event. Market Day is a festival celebrating Brighton’s agricultural heritage. For more information click here.
BRIGHTON, CO – JULY 17: Clinic manager Sara Rodriguez draws medication into a syringe for a doctor at Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Brighton, Colorado. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine was recently featured in the Denver Post’s YourHub Business Profiles section! In the piece, Dr. Anthony Euser discusses his journey to becoming a Doctor and the principles that led him to open both Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine and Platte River Medical Clinic. Check out some highlights from the interview below and read the full business profile here.
I had always been very intrigued with medicine and felt a strong desire to help care for others. I went back to school to become a doctor. It took nearly ten years of schooling, while also working full-time and being a father to three daughters.
Our company philosophy is simply stated, “Treat every patient like they are a member of your own family.” Being locally owned and operated, our clinics function much differently than corporately owned facilities. We strive to meet the needs of our patients, and appreciate getting their feedback.
I really enjoy getting to know my patients and developing relationships with them. That is the reason I chose to practice family medicine.
This Saturday, July 18th, we will participate in the 18th Annual Brighton Chamber Great Rubber Duck Race. We will have three ducks in the race, and will also compete for “Best Decorated Duck”!
On Sunday, July 11th, we attended the South Platte Valley Historical Society’s Market at the Fort event in Fort Lupton, CO. The event was labeled as a “Pop-up Marketplace” and featured antiques, crafts, produce, livestock and local businesses.
On Friday, July 10th, we participated in the Brighton Oasis Family Aquatic Park’s inaugural Parents’ Night Out event. Adults, 21 and older, enjoyed the waterpark’s attractions while local businesses provided give-aways and raffle items. Attendees were also provided food, prizes and entertainment by a live DJ.
The Northglenn Thornton Rotary Club hosted its annual Ducky Derby on July 4th at the E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn, CO. Local businesses purchase large ducks to be decorated in advance, and then raced on the day of the event. Funds raised from the event are used for local charity projects. Although our Batman duck didn’t do too well in the race, he got a lot of attention and was one of the top contenders for the “Best Decorated Duck”.
Join our team in the fight against cancer!
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine will have a team in the upcoming Relay For Life of Brighton on June 19th at Carmichael Park. Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s signature fundraising event. Relay For Life offers individual communities the opportunity to join together in the fight against cancer by inspiring hope, raising funds, and creating cancer awareness.
If you’d like to support our team, you can donate here.
Let’s make a difference, together!
Photo by UCAOA
We are proud to announce that Dr. Anthony Euser has won the first annual Urgent Care Association Of America Community Service Award.
The Community Service Award is presented to an individual or organization that makes a positive impact on the health of their local community. Dr. Euser is a worthy recipient; He volunteers every Wednesday at the Tennyson Center for Children, a treatment center and K-12 school for emotionally and crisis-affected children and youth. He also regularly travels to rural Springfield, CO to provide medical services to a community without nearby healthcare options. Congratulations Dr. Euser!
“Dr. Euser enthusiastically cares about those in need. He uses his skills and passion for healing to make his community a better, healthier place, and represents our industry wonderfully. We’re very pleased to award Dr. Euser with the first annual Community Service Award.” — P. Joanne Ray, chief executive officer of UCAOA
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine is thrilled to sponsor two Northglenn area elementary schools as part of the “Homer & Me” program. The program consists of an assembly and interactive workshops with local police officers and Homer the mascot. The students learn about healthy food, exercise and the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and drugs use. They have the opportunity to see the difference between a healthy lung and a black lung and are given a presentation on the negative effects of marijuana and prescription drugs.
“Homer & Me” also provides each student with a personalized book to take home.
The Give-A-Book program has huge benefits:
- Promotes positive choices regarding healthy eating and exercise
- Promotes positive choices for the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and drug use
- The student’s name and a friend’s name, are all a part of the story. This increases their motivation to read
- Provides a long-lasting impact as a personalized book is rarely thrown away; it will be read over and over again
We believe early education is key in promoting healthy living and are proud to help instill these values in our community’s youth!
We are happy to announce that beginning April 4th, 2015, Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Brighton will be open 8am-10pm, seven days a week. We look forward to these extended hours as an opportunity to provide further accessibility and convenience for our patients.