Truck drivers and fleets looking for low-cost medical service on the road have a new option in UrgentCareTravel, a growing network of clinics based in certain Pilot Flying J locations off of major highways. In addition to offering basic clinical service to drivers themselves, the company also can provide basic care to drivers’ family members, too.
The company currently has six locations, mostly in the southeast, but eight more locations will open across the country in 2018, says Mitch Strobin, UrgentCareTravel’s vice president of service management. A total of 40 locations are planned nationwide. All of the clinics will be located within Pilot or Flying J truck stops, says Strobin.