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North America Set to Dominate the Global Urgent Care Centers Market during the Assessment Period of 2014-2020

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Albany, New York, September 14, 2017: The geriatric population is increasing the world over and consequently the healthcare expenditure is also rising. This has given rise to the need for medical care that is affordable and suitable for the patients worldwide. The urgent care centers have been designed to give suitable access to good quality and affordable medical services to the public all over the world. A major part of urgent care centers give services for injuries, moderate illnesses, trauma, occupational medicine, physicals, lab tests, monitoring and screening. On the other hand, urgent care centers don’t provide critical care services or ambulatory services. The urgent care centers market is highly fragmented, and small players have approximately 35% of the market share. Keeping such factors in mind, the Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) has included a new report in its database titled ‘Urgent Care Centers Market (Illness, Injury, Physical, Vaccination, Diagnostic and Screening) – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 – 2020’.

Global Market Forecast

As per the available data, the urgent care centers marked was estimated to be valued at around US$ 23 Bn in the year 2013 and is slated to touch a value of about US$ 31 Bn in the year 2020, registering a CAGR of 3.8% in the assessment period from 2014 till 2020.

Market Taxonomy and Segmental Forecast

The urgent care centers market is classified on the basis of services (Physical, diagnostic, illness, screening, injury, vaccination). The main portion of revenue was collected by illness services which accounted for a major share in the market and this is followed by the injury segment. Most of the patients visited the urgent care centers market for the condition of illness. Major illnesses that were covered include pharyngitis, fever and cold, urinary tract infections, upper respiratory tract infections and these illnesses held a 50% share of the visits related to illness.

Regional Forecast

Geographically, the global market for urgent care centers has been classified into four regions namely North America, APAC, Europe and Rest of the World. North America held the major share of the urgent care centers market and was followed by Europe that accounted for the second largest share. North America is forecasted to remain the top market in the global urgent care centers market during the assessment period. This is due to the high acceptance of urgent care centers for non-emergency services. In the APAC region, countries like India, Australia, Japan, China, etc. are the primary countries that offer large opportunities to the players in this market.

Competition Landscape

In this report, key players in the urgent care centers market have been profiled. Some of the major companies include U.S. HealthWorks Inc., NextCare Urgent Care, MinuteClinic LLC, AFC/Doctors Express, FastMed Urgent Care, CareSpot Express Healthcare LLC, Patient First, MD Now, Concentra Inc. and MedExpress.

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