Bass Pro Shops plans to open a family health center in Springfield this fall

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Bass Pro Shops plans to open a new family health center this fall.

The center intends to provide health care services to Bass Pro Shops employees and their families in the Springfield area.

According to a recent announcement from Bass Pro Shops, the facility will be located in the former Greyhound station north of Springfield on East Kearney Street, near the company’s national headquarters campus.

“We are excited to provide the best and most convenient health care available to our Ozarks area outfitters and their families,” said Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris. “We are grateful for the continued hard work and dedication of the World’s Foremost Outfitters. We hope the facility will provide benefits and peace of mind to our employees and their families for many years to come.

The new Bass Pro Shops Family Health Center was inspired by Morris’ visits to Toyota and Swarovski Optik headquarters. The facility will provide primary care, preventative wellness, and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses. It will be equipped with a self-service pharmacy for prescription needs.

Bass Pro Shops plans to hire doctors and pharmacists for the health center. Services will be available to employees and their family members two years of age or older.

Bass Pro Shops will partner with Premise Health, a healthcare provider that operates more than 600 clinics in 44 states, to operate the health center. Premise Health is also known for operating clinics for companies like Disney, Walgreens, Toyota, and Capital One.

For some early renders of the installation, CLICK HERE.

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