Back in December of 2020, BLACK ENTERPRISE reported that William Leonard Roberts II, who is known professionally as Rick Ross, announced that he had entered into a strategic partnership with Jetdoc. The entrepreneurial rapper has now announced that Jetdoc is now available in Georgia.
Jetdoc, which is the fastest-growing virtual urgent care and telehealth app, has announced that their revolutionary service is now available in the Peach State. Georgia residents can now seek professional medical care from board-certified healthcare professionals for just $20. Jetdoc, which was founded by healthcare veteran Tommy Duncan and backed by rapper and entrepreneur Rick Ross, is spending $1 million to offer one complimentary doctor visit for EVERY Georgia resident through the Jetdoc service. No credit card required, or strings attached.
“Today brings an important milestone for Jetdoc and more importantly Georgians,” said Tommy Duncan, founder & CEO of Jetdoc in a written statement. “We truly believe healthcare is a lifestyle, so we spent the past year breaking down every possible barrier to provide our users immediate access to a diverse network of doctors, dentists, ob-gyns, and more. With a free doctor visit we hope our mission to Give the Gift of Health will be contagious, so we look forward to serving our communities across the state.”
Jetdoc provides affordable virtual healthcare with instant access to telehealth sessions with more than 400 board-certified doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. The price is just $20 for a one-time urgent care visit or with an unlimited monthly membership, just $10. Jetdoc members will also receive a free Jetdoc DiscountRx Card that will provide up to 85% off retail prices for prescription medication at most major retailer pharmacies.
Georgia residents can immediately sign up for Jetdoc by downloading the app on App Store or Google Play. No credit card is required.
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