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iRemedy’s Project Restart Has Shipped 50 Care Boxes to In-Need Community Medical Centers Since Launching in Early August

Demand for Essential Medical Supply Donations Continues to Grow

STUART, Fla., Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The iRemedy Healthcare Companies, Inc. (“iRemedy” or “the Company”), pioneer of the iRemedy ecommerce platform, today announced that a total of 50 care box donations have now been shipped to underserved, underfunded community medical centers and clinics in association with iRemedy’s Project Restart program launched in early August 2020.

Through Project Restart, iRemedy, in collaboration with several of its supply partners, has been donating certain medical products, free-of-charge, to frontline healthcare workers in underserved, underprivileged communities and neighborhoods in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. In just the past three weeks, the following organizations which have benefited from Project Restart include:

  • Anderson Free Clinic | Anderson, South Carolina
  • Chesapeake Care Clinic | Chesapeake, Virginia
  • Cleveland Ibn Sina Clinic | Cleveland, Ohio
  • CommunityCare Clinics | Toledo, Ohio
  • Community Medical Clinic of Aiken County | Aiken, South Carolina
  • Compassion Medical Clinic of Williams County | Bryan, Ohio
  • Cross Over Healthcare Ministry | Richmond, Virginia
  • Foothill Family Dental Group | Glendora, California
  • Free Clinic of Powhatan | Powhatan, Virginia
  • Good Shepherd Free Medical Clinic | Clinton, South Carolina
  • Guadalupe Free Clinic of Colonial Beach | Colonial Beach, Virginia
  • Healing Hands Health Clinic | Bristol, Tennessee
  • His Hands Free Clinic | Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • Holland Free Health Clinic | Holland, Michigan
  • Lake Area Free Clinic | Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
  • Lake County Free Clinic | Painesville, Ohio
  • Loraine County Urban League | Elyria, Ohio
  • Mercy Medicine Free Clinic | Florence, South Carolina
  • Moab Free Health Clinic | Moab, Utah
  • Mother of Mercy Free Medical Clinic | Manassas, Virginia
  • Saltville Rescue Squad | Saltville, Virginia
  • Shenandoah Dental Clinic | Woodstock, Virginia
  • Sinclair Health Clinic | Winchester, Virginia
  • Smith Medical Clinic | Pawleys Island, South Carolina
  • SQ Hafar DDS | Ontario, California
  • Taylors Free Medical Clinic | Taylors, South Carolina
  • Toledo/Lucas Co. Care Net | Toledo, Ohio
  • Volunteers in Medicine, Hilton Head Island | Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
  • York County Free Clinic | Rock Hill, South Carolina

Karen Salerno, Executive Director of Taylors Free Medical Clinic in Taylors, South Carolina, stated, “What a blessing! During this current pandemic, our goal is to keep our staff, volunteers, patients and clinic safe as we strive to continue to provide the services our patients so desperately need. This donation helps us to meet that goal.”

In a letter to iRemedy CEO Tony Paquin, Anne-Lise Quinn, PhD, Executive Director of Culmore Clinic in Falls Church, Virginia, wrote, “Your investment in Culmore Clinic allows us to continue to provide intensive primary care during the COVID-19 pandemic, and beyond, as well as expand health monitoring services to its particularly vulnerable population who have no other access to care when they fall sick. Thank you for your support!”

“iRemedy is heartened by the fact that so many community healthcare providers are benefiting from Project Restart and our donations of medical supplies. With over 50 centers and clinics served in just the past six weeks, it is clear that word of Project Restart is spreading and the good work that we are endeavoring to do is reaching those most in need of our help,” noted Paquin. “We look forward to coming to the aid of many more community care providers in the months ahead, particularly in view of the fact that the pandemic is far from over and these organizations need support now more than ever.”

To request a Project Restart care box, qualified community health center and clinic representatives should contact Keisha Graham at 407-395-4283 or via email at [email protected]. Manufacturers and other suppliers of medical products interested in donating supplies to the Project Restart initiative for distribution to qualified care organizations should also contact Graham for additional information.

About Project Restart
Project Restart is an initiative formed by iRemedy in collaboration with several of its supply partners to help address the severe shortage of medical supplies in demand by local, underfunded community health centers and clinics. Through donation of certain medical products, free-of-charge, frontline healthcare workers in underserved, underprivileged communities and neighborhoods are able to deliver safe, quality care in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

About The iRemedy Healthcare Companies
With 15 years in healthcare supply, iRemedy is a trusted and reliable partner for acquiring medical supplies and Personal Protective Equipment. We service over 5,000 healthcare provider clients nationwide. We guarantee access to verified supplies by sourcing directly from established manufacturers and distributors around the world. Our industry-leading technology and group purchasing power enable transparency and competition, driving consistently low pricing for our customers every day. iRemedy is headquartered in Stuart, Florida and has offices in New York, California and Washington, and distribution centers in Florida and Arizona. For more information, please visit www.iremedy.com.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Keisha Graham
407-395-4283 | keis[email protected]edy.com

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