PENDING SUPPLY CHAIN CRISIS
Truck drivers are among the least healthy
Interstate Health is an innovative, technology-based medical services company that provides vitally needed urgent and primary Care along the nation’s interstate highway system.
Truck drivers are the most critical workers to keeping the supply chain up and running and yet they are often feeling the worst symptoms from work-related stress. Drivers have had little choice but to delay or forgo the healthcare they need because traditional clinics and hospitals have no parking to accommodate large trucks. Additionally, the time required to receive care is prohibitive to their busy schedules.
Truck drivers are vulnerable to a variety of health risks:
Mental health disorders including depression and anxiety
Chronic sleep disturbances
Increased stress from long hours
The average male, truck driver lifespan is 61 compared to the national average of 78
Healthcare for truck drivers
Healthy drivers are safer drivers
Interstate Health facilities are for everyone, but our creation comes from a very real need faced by long-distance truckers. For too long the truck drivers that keep our country running have been unable to reliably access healthcare.
Our commitment is to provide convenient solutions that keep truck drivers healthy and on the road, and healthcare accessible to travelers and local communities.
Serving local communities throughout America
Distance to accessible healthcare is a problem for many of the rural communities across America. While advancements in telehealth have been helpful, there are still significant unmet medical needs in these communities.
Our goal is to create top-of-the-line medical facilities all across the country so no matter where you are in the United States, you are never far from the care you need.
HEALTH CLINIC LOCATIONS
Interstate Health clinics
are coming soon
We are excited to announce Interstate Health clinics coming soon to the following communities in 2023.
Services to be offered at our locations:
Primary care services include:
- Regular check-ups and routine follow-up health exams
- Medication management
- Chronic care management
- 24/7 telemedicine
Urgent care treatments for issues include:
- Upper respiratory problems, such as sore throat or sinus symptoms
- Treatment for seasonal or other mild allergies
- Minor injuries and illness
- 24-hour testing results for infection
- Onsite Biometric Screenings
- Drug Screens
- Physical Exams including DOT (Department of Transportation)
- Workers’ Compensation
- Occupational Medicine
Additional health services include:
- Pharmacy services
- Laboratory testing
- Genetic testing
- Sleep studies
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