Ambulnz, Inc., d/b/a DocGo, a leading provider of last-mile mobile health services and integrated medical mobility solutions that has entered into an agreement to merge with Motion Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ:MOTN), has been awarded a $15 million contract by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) to increase mobile healthcare accessibility for high-risk populations in a variety of settings across the state.
"We are grateful for this opportunity to work with the people of Michigan," said Anthony Capone, president of DocGo. "Our goal is always to facilitate accessible, affordable, and efficient patient-centered care. The experience we've gained from our extensive programs and partnerships has equipped us well to serve Michiganders."
DocGo will deploy statewide during its two-year contract, facilitating Mobile Health services for homebound patients, seasonal agricultural workers, transient communities, and other vulnerable populations. Additionally, DocGo will set up community-based mobile clinics and vaccinate at shelters.
DocGo Mobile Health is accelerating the future of mobile healthcare, bringing a robust offering of services such as checkups, wound care, vaccinations, rapid blood work, and more to homebound patients and underserved communities. In 2021, the company has launched Mobile Health services in Arizona and Washington State, grown its workforce of healthcare providers to over 2,300, and plans to hire additional staff to meet growing demand for its services.