Bon Secours opens primary care practice in Urbanna
Bon Secours Medical Group has opened its latest full-service doctor’s office to provide community care in Urbanna. The Urbanna Medical Center will provide family and preventive medicine services.
The Urbanna Medical Center is at 390 Virginia Street, Suite A, at the former Urbanna Lumber site.
“I look forward to getting more involved in the Urbanna community and providing them with local, dedicated care,” said Glen Monteiro, M.D., M.P.H., Bon Secours Medical Group. “This is a great opportunity to offer residents high quality health care through the Bon Secours network close to where they live.”
Dr. Monteiro and his staff offer primary care services, including annual physicals, treatment and prevention of diseases, senior care, women’s services, minor surgical services, well-child care and immunizations, as well as sports and back-to-school physicals.
Urbanna Medical Center patients also will have access to “mychart,” a free, personalized online resource to view portions of their medical records. Through mychart, patients can also send a message to their doctor, request an appointment, view lab results or request prescription refills.
Dr. Monteiro received his medical degree from Government Medical College at Shivaji University in India and completed his family medicine residency in the Chesterfield Family Practice Residency Program. He most recently completed a Preventive Medicine Residency program as well as received his Master of Public Health from the New Jersey Medical School, Rutgers University, Newark, N.J.
Pamela Webb, NP, will be the nurse practitioner at Urbanna Medical Center. She attended Hampton University for her undergraduate degree in nursing and received her Master of Science in Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a member of the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners and is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.