[Boise, ID] ZoomCare, the innovative healthcare company that's building the world's first neighborhood clinic and smart phone-based healthcare system, announced that it's bringing ZoomCare Free Nights to Boise, Idaho.
Starting December 5, 2013 and continuing on the first Thursday of every month, the ZoomCare Foundation will support free clinic appointments from 6-9pm MT at ZoomCare's Downtown Boise clinic at 510 Main Street in Boise, Idaho.
This service is called ZoomCare Free Nights.
ZoomCare understands that good health makes people happier and more productive. This in turn helps them to become better contributors to their communities. While ZoomCare provides great care at an affordable price, some people need a little extra help now and then. In May 2012, the ZoomCare Foundation was created to fulfill this need by managing ZoomCare Free Nights.
"Unfortunately, many people in the U.S. are limited in their options for healthcare," said CEO Dave Sanders, M.D. "The ZoomCare Foundation has seen hundreds of patients in the Portland area since its inception and continues to partner with other non-profit organizations to ensure that people get the healthcare they need no matter their economic means."
ZoomCare currently operates seventeen clinics in the greater Portland area, three in Seattle, and one in Boise. It plans to increase its presence in the Boise market in January 2014 with a new, state of the art clinic at The Village at Meridian - 2126 N Eagle Road, Meridian, Idaho.
All ZoomCare clinics provide complete primary care including comprehensive illness and injury care with clear, transparent prices. ZoomCare's board-certified clinical team delivers consistent, evidence-based medical care at every visit.
Portland, Oregon based ZoomCare is a privately-held company started in 2006 by David Sanders M.D. and Albert DiPiero M.D.