News And Announcements

August 2014
Congratulations to Taborian Urgent Care in Mound Bayou, Mississippi who treated their first patient on August 21st. The clinic has been very busy from day one and represents a milestone in the treatment of the Mississippi Delta population. Equipped with latest in digital equipment and telemedicine capabilities, Taborian is a model for the future of rural, underserved areas of the country.

InterMed assisted with securing a grant from the USDA for almost $3 million and worked over almost a 3 year period


June 2014
Urgent Care Fall Conference

The 2 ½-day Urgent Care Fall Conference to be held October 9-11 at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center is a scaled back version of the popular UCAOA national convention. Its smaller format provides maximal attendee engagement, concentrated tracks on clinical and practice management topics, and customizable concurrent didactic and hands-on sessions. The Clinic Startup track is a major draw of participation at this event as well as the plethora of networking opportunities and the exhibit hall experience. Learn More Here.

Jim will be speaking at this event on the topic of Urgent Care Start-up Financials and Decision Making

If you would like to discuss this topic or “How To Finance Your Urgent Care Center” with Jim, email him.


May 2014
InterMed has successfully assisted with obtaining financing with a major bank for a client in North Florida to fund a start-up urgent care center. The facility is expected to open in September.

Intermed deployed its proprietary Urgent Care Funding System that details information banks want to know about any start-up urgent care, including 3 years of financial projections and walks both the client and the bank through the process.

Contact Jim for more information.


April 2014
Taborian Urgent Care Center in Mound Bayou, Mississippi held its Grand Opening Celebrations on April 4-6. Although the clinic will officially open in May, the restoration of the historic Taborian Hospital is virtually complete. For the first time in 40 years, the Mississippi
Delta will have a state-of-the-art clinic to help them with their non-emergent healthcare needs. InterMed is proud to have been in this project from the beginning including assisting with the development of a $3 million grant from the USDA.

For more on this project visit


April 2014
Get Bank Financing for your Urgent Care start-up InterMed announces that it has concluded discussions with several banks who offer urgent care financing. If you are a physician or an entrepreneur seeking funding, InterMed can put together a low-cost business outline with 3 year financial projections that is well-received and resonates with banks, increasing the chance of a speedy loan approval for amounts up to $500,000 or more for build-out, equipment, and working capital. In addition to providing guidance and the business outline InterMed will make a personal introduction to the lending officer.

Take advantage of the relationship InterMed has already developed to enhance your chances of obtaining urgent care start-up financing. Contact Jim Lobel at 954 415-5208 or


March 2014
Jim spoke last month at the Spring Conference of The Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 16. The topic was Urgent Care Start-up Financials and Decision Making.

If you would like to discuss Urgent Care Start-up Financials and Decision Making with Jim, email him.


February 2014
InterMed has successfully assisted with obtaining bank financing for a client in Alabama to fund a start-up urgent care center. The facility is expected to open in September.


October 2013

Jim Lobel spoke recently at the Fall Conference of The Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) in Glendale, Arizona, where he shared his extensive knowledge of financial modeling for start-up urgent care centers in a 1 hour session entitled “1 Is A Very Big Number”. Based on feedback from the audience, the session was very well received and many attendees followed up with questions and requests.

If you would like to discuss financial modeling with Jim, email him.


August 2013

Congratulations to Neighborhood Urgent Care in Jacksboro, Tennessee on the successful opening of their first urgent care center. We are proud and happy to have been a part of this success.


August 2013

InterMed Healthcare congratulates the City of Mound Bayou, Mississippi on the start of construction on the Taborian Urgent Care Center. The center is the central component of a major renovation of an historic hospital in the City.

The Grand Opening is scheduled for February 23rd, 2013,on the 72 anniversary of the original opening date of the hospital. Taborian will be a critical healthcare provider in the underserved Delta area.

InterMed has played a significant role in the initial funding, the facility design, financial projections and more and will continue to be involved with the project until it opens.


April 2013

A provider group based in Northern Tennessee opening the first of a chain of planned urgent care centers has asked Urgent Care Experts to provide contracting and general consulting services.

The assignment includes providing credentialing information to insurance payers, negotiating rates and concluding contractual arrangements. As part of this task, UCE is also credentialing the practice with Medicare.

The first center is expected to open in the late summer.


March 2013

An Orlando -based physician developing a new Urgent Care and Primary Care Medical Home has engaged Urgent Care Experts to provide ongoing consulting services through the opening of the center and beyond.

UCE will be providing assistance with space utilization, financial modeling, staffing, contracting, EMR and equipment selection, and other general consulting services.

The center is expected to open in the fall of 2013.


June 2012

Rapidly expanding Tennessee Urgent Care Group is latest client to tap into InterMed’s Occupational Medicine knowledge.

InterMed is pleased to announce that the company has been engaged to assist with the development of a Workplace Medicine practice for a multi-location Urgent Care group in the Central Southeast. As part of the assignment, InterMed’s consultants will be assisting with contracting, marketing and sales efforts.


April 2012

Thanks to all of you who visited us at the UCAOA Conference. Let us know how we can help make your urgent care or Occupational Medicine Center more productive, more efficient, or more profitable.


InterMed completes Chicago Consulting Assignment

InterMed was engaged by a large teaching hospital in the Chicago area to provide guidance with regard to the opening of multiple Immediate Care Centers in the area. The project involved intense meeting sessions over a 5 day period in which Jim Lobel and Amy Tecosky, the Urgent Care Experts, transferred knowledge of the Immediate Care industry to the hospital’s project team. Centers are expected to open in the fall of this year.


November 2011

The Urgent Care Experts division of InterMed Has Been Contracted to assist with the Development and Implementation of a Brand New Urgent Care Facility, the Taborian Urgent Care Center of Mound Bayou, in Mississippi.

MOUND BAYOU — Thursday was a special day for U.S. Congressman Bennie Thompson and the Mound Bayou community.Working hand and hand with the rural development division of the United State Department of Agriculture to secure funding, Thompson announced on Thursday that the Taborian Hospital will once again open its doors and receive patients.The USDA announced earlier in the week that a Rural Development Grant has been approved in the amount of $2,993,954 to restore the dilapidated building and open the Taborian Urgent Care Center of Mound Bayou.

“This project has been somewhat of a dream for me since taking office,” said Thompson. “A major concern of mine has always been centered around providing adequate health care to everyone in Mississippi. Many residents in rural towns across the state live everyday with the realization that they will have to travel elsewhere in the case of a medical emergency. That should not be the case and here in Mound Bayou, residents will once again have access to a quality medical facility.”

The Taborian Hospital of Mound Bayou, a facility developed and financed by the Knights and Daughters of Tabor organization, first opened its doors in 1942. Focused on attainment of a better life for the people of Mound Bayou, the Taborian Hospital secured adequate medical treatment for the all black community.

Founded by Rev. Moses Dickson, the Knights and Daughters of the Tabor is an African-American fraternal order.

The society explains that there was an antislavery secret organization of Negroes in the South that numbered nearly 147,000 fighting for the Union during the Civil War. After the war, an organizational roll call showed that only seven members survived the war effort.

From these seven men, Dickson formed the International Order of Twelve, Knights and Daughters of Tabor. This name originated from the original Knights of Liberty and a mountain in Galilee, Mount Tabor.

Mississippi’s chapter of the Tabor organization began in 1889 under the leadership of Mound Bayou native and Chief Grand Mentor Perry Monroe Smith, who was instrumental in bringing the Tabors to the Mississippi Delta to promote African-American progress.

“Upon completion, this hospital will be the area’s first urgent care medical facility,” said Trina George, state director for the USDA Rural Development agency. “Currently, there are no urgent care facilities within an 80 mile radius of the Mound Bayou area.”

According to the Academy of Urgent Care Medicine, Urgent Care Medicine is the provision of immediate medical service offering outpatient care for the treatment of acute and chronic illness and injury. It requires a broad and comprehensive fund of knowledge to provide such care. Excellence in care for patients with complex and or unusual conditions is founded on the close communication and collaboration between the urgent care medicine physician, the specialists and the primary physicians.

The Taborian Hospital was the first medical institutions of health with hospital facilities and equipment wholly owned and operated by the black race. It was also the first medical institution in America that had an all black staff.

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