Protecting Your Community with Rapid Medical Response

We partner with schools, businesses, and public agencies across the country to provide remote and in-person clinical and operational solutions

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Our mission

To help slow the spread of disease by providing our clients with rapid response medical solutions.

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Medical solutions

Including remote (Telehealth) and in-person with lab resulting capabilities

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With government entities, schools, and private companies

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Skilled Workforce

In healthcare, logistics, communication, and operations roles

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Rapid response

With the ability to manage large-scale projects across the U.S.

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States where we operate

Projects include:

  • Community vaccination and testing sites

  • Partnerships with cities, counties, and states

  • Private testing and vaccination sites for production companies, schools, and businesses

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COVID-19 Testing

PCR and Rapid Antigen Tests, Mobile Testing Sites

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COVID-19 Vaccinations

Booster shots, Pediatric Vaccinations, Community and Private Mobile Clinics

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Flu Vaccinations

Mobile Flu Clinics

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Think About This

"Now is the time, if there ever was one, for us to care selflessly about one another."

Dr. Anthony Fauci - United States Chief Medical Officer



Through our nationwide database of healthcare professionals, ownership in and long-standing relationships with laboratories across the county, and access to PPE and equipment as a medical device importer, we are well-equipped to provide qualified staff, operations expertise, inclusive communication, and medical oversight for all our projects across the U.S. 

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Visit Healthcare Partners

“It is clear that Visit’s response to this pandemic has been rooted in making testing readily available and equitable.”

Joesph Diorio

Portage County Health Commissioner