Serendipity at Its Finest: Independent Pharmacy Meant to Be

26.01.21 11:44 AM By developer2

When two people share a genuine desire to help people feel better, they should partner. And that’s what happened with Medical Director Craig Stevens and Family Nurse Practitioner Kristy Su. They partnered together to open Carolina Convenient Care (CCC), a modern urgent care facility in Veranda.

Both Craig and Kristy love what they do and wanted to bring that passion to this northern Chatham County community, an area that was in need of urgent care services.

CCC is not Craig’s first venture into medical business ownership. After earning his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati in Ohio and working in many urgent cares post-residency, Craig started at Rex Urgent Care of Cary in 1997. He purchased his primary care practice, Triangle Family Care, in 2001, and in 2016, he opened Azura Skin Care Center in Cary. So, when approached by Han and Kristy Su and Greg Vassie about an urgent care/pharmacy venture at Veranda, he was all in.

Craig is personally driven to ensure he and his providers offer patients the best possible care within a helpful and non-judgmental environment. In his words, Craig’s success lies in his extensive experience; his listening and time management skills; and his desire to help people heal and thrive.

While Craig mostly works at Triangle Family Care and Azura, you are sure to see Kristy during your CCC visit. A certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Kristy earned her nursing degree from the University of South Carolina and her master’s degree in nursing from Clemson University. Originally from Greenville, SC, Kristy has lived in this area for seven years.