About J Medic Auto Repair
J Medic, has been honored to serve Winston Salem and the surrounding areas of the Triad for the past 25 years. J Medic opened in February of 1999 in a 1-bay shop in a VERY rural area of Clemmons.tally alone.
Soon Randy hired a helper to get parts and answer the phones. After 16 months, the 1-bay shop was no longer workable, due to increased business. Then a building on the north side of Winston Salem was acquired, mechanics and support personnel were hired That lasted 3 years and that shop was outgrown. Subsequently the name was changed to J Medic and since its inception has seen 6 different business locations.
It is very significant to note that J Medic has never ran a newspaper, TV or radio advertisement during this tremendous growth period. The only advertising was word-of-mouth of our very loyal customer base. Better known to us as our friends..
Patrick is completely obsessed with European cars. He was described by his Dad as being a complete Euro snob and we have found this description is 100% accurate. His lifelong dream is to elevate small talk to medium talk. Critics worldwide swoon over his original line of corduroy evening wear. His deft floral arrangements have earned him fame in international botany circles. He is a member of MENSA, as a local chapter head.
Patrick is an expert in stucco, a veteran in love, and an outlaw in Peru. When he's bored, he builds large suspension bridges in his yard. He enjoys urban hang gliding. On Wednesdays, after school lets out, he repairs electrical appliances free of charge. Once, using only a hoe and a large glass of water, he single-highhandedly defended a small village in the Amazon Basin from a horde of ferocious army ants.
Patrick is a proud Texan with lots of opinions and pretty hair. He still has his own hair and has been making the Snuggie look good since 2009. He has played Hamlet, he has performed open-heart surgery, and he has spoken with Elvis. He will always be know for his famous quote “I always feel sad for seedless watermelons, because what if they wanted babies?”