WEST SPRINGFIELD – AFC Doctors Express, the largest independent urgent care provider in the Commonwealth, recently announced the appointment of Regional Medical Director Vincent Meoli.
“We are very excited to welcome Vinny to AFC Doctors Express,” Jim Brennan, chief executive officer of Medvest, LLC, said. “With his background in delivering patient care and developing teaching programs for medical staff, he will be an important addition to our management team.”
With 10 years of experience, Meoli will be taking on the role of Regional Medical Director. He will be responsible for developing clinical guidelines for treatment of patients, assisting in recruitment of new medical staff, coordinating patient care with administrators and medical assistants and developing ongoing teaching programs for all medical staff.
“I am thrilled to join AFC Doctors Express as the new regional medical director.” Said Vincent Meoli, M.D. “I have seen the company develop over the past few years as a leading health care resource and I am excited to bring my passion for patient-oriented health care to this emerging source of collaborative medicine.”
Meoli completed his Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2006 and received his doctor of medicine from the Boston University School of Medicine in 2002.
He is an active member in the American College of Emergency Physicians, an organization that works to promote the high quality emergency care and continuing education opportunities.
Meoli is also involved in the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, a program that promotes access to superior emergency care by emergency care specialists.
“Our mission is to deliver high quality health care and provide an exceptional experience for patients who are sick, injured or who just need to see a doctor,” Rick Crews, president of Medvest, LLC, said. “After a long search we have found the best candidate that not only shares in our dedication to patients, but is also talented.”
AFC Doctors Express Urgent Care Centers are state-of-the-art, walk in urgent care facilities, which provide an alternative to over-crowded emergency rooms for non-emergency treatment. These facilities also operate as a place for patients to be seen when primary or specialty care offices are closed.