December 9, 2019

Parker’s Collision Center Selects RelyMD as Virtual Healthcare Partner

 

CARY, N.C. – (December 9, 2019) – RelyMD, North Carolina’s only independent virtual healthcare provider, is partnering with Parker’s Collision Center, a family-owned and -operated business delivering quality collision repairs on the coast of North Carolina. Parker’s Collisions Center’s employees will have 24/7 access to highly experienced healthcare providers.

Patients who have employer-sponsored access to RelyMD can expect virtual urgent care from highly experienced physicians and advanced practice providers at a fraction of the cost when compared to traditional facilities such as emergency departments and urgent care centers. Additionally, telemedicine is driving down healthcare costs for organizations of all sizes and remainings an increasingly popular health plan benefit.

“Parker’s Collision Center is well known for its longevity and impressive customer service and we look forward to providing their loyal employees with virtual healthcare services that will truly help them in their personal and professional lives,” said David Levin, CEO of RelyMD.

For more information on RelyMD, visit www.relymd.com.

 


 

About RelyMD
RelyMD is a virtual health service that provides 24/7 access to highly trained healthcare providers for both children and adults via video consultation. Patients are able to seek care with an average wait time of less than 10 minutes via web browser or mobile app. RelyMD is staffed by Wake Emergency Physicians, PA, a group of more than 150 providers who provide care to approximately 300,000 patients annually at hospitals throughout the region. To learn more about how RelyMD works, visit www.relymd.com.

Media Contact:
Chelsea Raegen, RelyMD
chelsea.raegen@relymd.com

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