MIAMI — UrgentCareTravel (UCT), the medical cinic network at Pilot Flying J, has opened three new medical clinics focused on providing fleets and professional drivers medical services. With the addition of new medical clinics in Baytown, Texas, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and West Memphis, Arkansas, all at Flying J Travel Centers, UrgentCareTravel now has nine medical clinics in its network.
UrgentCareTravel plans to add seven more clinics in 2018, with a growing clinic network over the next few years.
“Pilot Flying J is committed to making a better day for professional drivers,” said Ken Parent, president of Pilot Flying J. “This partnership with UrgentCareTravel allows us to provide on-site care as an additional service aimed at making life on the road better for drivers.”
Parent said UrgentCareTravel clinics address today’s critical challenges in the trucking industry:
“Our network of medical clinics at Pilot Flying J fills a critical need in the trucking industry – affordable and convenient healthcare,” said Siva Suresh, CEO of UrgentCareTravel. “We value our relationship with Pilot Flying J which enables us to address the key healthcare needs of professional drivers to help them stay healthy and on the road.”
With a focus on convenience and affordability, UrgentCareTravel is the only medical clinic network focused on truck driver health, Parent said.
For additional information about UrgentCareTravel’s health network, locations and services, please visit the website at www.UrgentCareTravel.com.
Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Pilot Flying J has more than 750 retail locations in 44 states, Roadside assistance available at over 145 locations nationwide and growing as part of its Truck Care program, 44 Goodyear Commercial Tire and Service Centers, and 34 Boss Shops. For more information, visit www.pilotflyingj.com.