Miami, FL and Tualatin, Oregon – UrgentCareTravel (UCT), the only medical clinic network focused on providing convenient and affordable health care for professional truck drivers and fleets, and EROAD, a global provider of fleet management, electronic tax reporting and ELD compliance solutions today announce a partnership to offer UCT’s health services to EROAD customers.

 

48% of professional drivers have a chronic condition (diabetes, hypertension, obesity) that restricts their Commercial Driver’s License to 1 year or less. Due to the lack of convenient medical care on the road where drivers work, and the high costs of health insurance and medical care, many drivers do not treat their chronic conditions as needed, not only impacting their ability to drive, but also costing the trucking industry billions of dollars annually in lost productivity.

 

UCT Health, UrgentCareTravel’s affordable health membership program, offers no deductible and no co-pay services including dedicated Health Coaches, Personalized Care Plans for chronic conditions, DOT physicals and drug screens, primary care services (e.g., sick visits and annual exams),  COVID-19 testing, in-clinic lab services (e.g., lipid profiles and A1C testing) and mail order pharmacy services. EROAD customers will be able to access UCT Health’s services anywhere while on the road via telehealth and UCT’s walk-in medical clinics located at Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers.

 

“We applaud EROAD in taking a leadership position in working with their customers to keep drivers healthy and on the road,” said Siva Suresh, Founder and CEO of UrgentCareTravel. “EROAD’s attention to making their solutions easy to use and dependable combined with UCT’s affordable and convenient health services will make drivers and fleets healthier and more productive.”

 

“We’re pleased to partner with UrgentCareTravel, as its focus on driver health and wellness is a great extension of EROAD’s focus on the driver experience,” said Norm Ellis, president of EROAD North America. “Drivers experience a lot of stress and it can be difficult to keep up a good diet and exercise on the road. Plus, they’re dealing with the challenges of COVID-19. This partnership will help our customers help their drivers stay heathier, which is important to their families and their career.”

 

EROAD customers can easily sign up for UCT Health by registering from the EROAD website and can contact customer service for more information.

 

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About UrgentCareTravel

UrgentCareTravel (UCT), incorporating both telehealth services and walk-in medical clinics located at Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers, is the only medical clinic network focused on providing convenient and affordable health care for professional truck drivers and fleets. UCT Health focuses on Chronic Care Management (CCM) with its UCT Truckers Health Team, an affordable membership program that includes Health Coaches, Personalized Care Plans for chronic conditions, no deductible / no co-pay telehealth and in-clinic services (including DOT Physicals) and mail order pharmacy services.  UCT Truckers Health Team can have a great impact on driver health, driver productivity, driver career longevity and fleet profitability. For additional information about UrgentCareTravel, UCT Health, clinic locations and services, please visit the website at www.UCTHealthNetwork.com.

 

About EROAD

EROAD believes every community deserves safer roads that can be sustainably funded. We develop technology solutions that help commercial fleets stay in compliance, improve safety and reduce the risk and operational costs of driving. We create applications that improve visibility into operations, reduce paperwork and help businesses operate efficiently and profitably. And we provide aggregated and anonymized data and analytics to government agencies, universities and others who fund, maintain and develop our road infrastructure. EROAD (ERD) is listed on the NZX, and employs almost 300 staff located across New Zealand, Australia and North America.

UrgentCareTravel and EROAD North America partner to offer convenient and affordable health services designed for truckers’ health and well-being

by | Aug 18, 2020 |

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