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Healthy Trucker News from Urgent Care Travel
Changes are afoot in the professional driver world and will affect DOT Exams, what the requirements are and who is qualified to give them. Click here to read more.
Over 65% of the nations 3.8 million professional drivers do not have a primary care physician yet they need medical care and services to maintain their driving credentials (DOT Tests). Our national network of centers utilize a state-of-the-art electronic medical record that assure accurate and timely sharing of medical history to provide better treatment and care.
Medical Care and Certified DOT Exams
Urgent Care Travel is committed to open 100 sites by the end of 2016. This means that you will easily be within 400 miles of one of our locations no matter where you are on the nations interstate highway system. Regardless of your occupation, age or where you live, care will be only a short drive away.
Exclusively at Pilot/Flying J
We've partnered with the largest travel center operator to host our national network of urgent care centers, bring quality healthcare to those that Pilot/Flying J serves and support the needs of the countries roadway travelers.
By: Tony Barber, CEO, Urgent Care Travel The resources of the hospital emergency rooms nationally are being taxed heavily with a growing number of patients. Hospital emergency department utilization continues to rise at a record pace, causing overcrowding and poor performance as evidenced by the most recent D+ rating by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). Research of over 100 million hospital emergency department visits in 2008, by Tony...
As you may or may not know November is National Diabetes Month. Nearly 27 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes. And of that 27 million, 9 million Americans have prediabetes and 1.9 million are diagnosed with Diabetes every year. If our present trend of lifestyle continues as many as 1 in 3 American adults will have diabetes in 2050 So what is Diabetes? Well in a...