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Jan. 2, 2019 –   Albany Area Primary Health Care (AAPHC) is set to open three new medical offices this January in Albany, Georgia.  The offices include the AAPHC Women’s Health Center, AAPHC Northwest Family Medical and Dental Center, and the AAPHC Renaissance Center. The AAPHC Renaissance Center includes a partnership with Nick Carden, Ph.D, and further expands AAPHC’s Behavioral Health services to the Southwest Georgia community.
“AAPHC is proud to expand healthcare services for our residents,” says Brandy Church, spokesperson for AAPHC. “Each office is currently scheduling patients for appointments and our healthcare providers are accepting new patients.”
“AAPHC will open the new Women’s Health Center in early January,” says Church. “Studies show that women often put their healthcare last on their daily to-do list.  The talented team at the Women’s Health Center is ready to care for you and ensure your health remains a top priority.”
The AAPHC Women’s Health Center will be located at:
AAPHC Women’s Health Center, 810 13th Avenue
Suite 107 Albany, Georgia
Construction is currently being finalized on the new AAPHC Northwest Family Medical and Dental Center and the new AAPHC Renaissance Center.  Construction crews are currently building out the new suites for both offices at the Osler Court location.
The AAPHC Northwest Family Medical and Dental Center is located at:
AAPHC Northwest Family Medical & Dental Center
2403-A Osler Court, Albany, Georgia
“AAPHC is will open the all new Northwest Family Medical and Dental Center in Albany in a few short weeks,” says Church.  “This Center is dedicated to caring for your entire family - pediatrics, family medicine, dental care - all in one office.  Plus, the AAPHC Renaissance Center will be located right next door with a team focused on Behavioral Health, including psychologists, counselors, and social workers. It’s full service care for your entire family in one convenient location.”
“For parents searching for an excellent pediatrics care team, Dr. Rupert Dyer and Amanda Roufs, MSN, CPNP-PC, are relocating to our new Northwest location,” says Church. “At AAPHC we understand that your child’s health is important to you, so it’s a top priority for us that we provide quality care and service for all of our pediatric patients.”
“Dr. Nick Carden and his team will be joining the AAPHC family at the newly opened AAPHC Renaissance Center,” says Church. “Dr. Carden is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience. He cares for children, adolescents, adults and families across Southwest Georgia with a focus in Behavioral Health.  AAPHC is proud to welcome Dr. Carden and his team to our physician group!”
The AAPHC Renaissance Center is located at:
AAPHC Renaissance Center
2403-B Osler Court, Albany, Georgia
“It’s an exciting time for our organization with lots of growth,” says Church. “We continue to add new health care providers and services so that we provide exceptional care for our community."