CLINIC SEEKER ANNOUNCES NEW CORPORATE PARTNERS

 

WINDSOR, ON – July 1, 2017

Clinic Seeker Inc. announced today that it has partnered with corporate sponsors Numactive and KELCOM to help increase awareness of the Clinic Seeker app available on Google Play and the App Store.

Clinic Seeker is a mobile app that directs you to the closest health care facility with the shortest wait times. Clinic Seeker instantly provides basic information such as directions, contact information, hours of operation as well as whether it has labs and x-ray services onsite. In addition, patients waiting at the clinic or ER can share information on wait times, letting others know which clinics are running smoothly and which backlogged clinics to avoid.

“We are excited to have Numactive and Security ONE helping us get the word out.” says Clinic Seeker CEO Lisa Jacobs. “We are already seeing a dramatic increase in downloads and people posting wait times.” she said.

Numactive is a Canada-wide leader in medical alert systems and is offering a $150 membership renewal rebate or a $50 rebate for customers awarded weekly for people that download and install the app. “We are much aligned with Clinic Seekers philosophy of helping people get the right medical attention when and where they need it. We have been doing this with our medical alert systems since 1978 and feel Clinic Seeker is an important partner for us.” says Security ONE/Numactive Director of Marketing, Corey Robertson.

Security ONE has been providing businesses and consumers with high quality security solutions since 1978 and is offering free monitoring of their GPS Medical Alerts through their Numactive brand in a draw every two weeks to a Clinic Seeker user that enters clinic wait times. “With the customer always in mind, Security ONE/Numactive strives to offer the most cutting-edge products and services, to businesses and consumers across Southwestern Ontario.” says Robertson.  “We feel Clinic Seeker is one of these services and we are proud to be a sponsor” he said.

The app has also received support from Essex-Windsor EMS and Windsor Regional Hospital, who applaud the effort to assist patients in locating alternatives to the Emergency Department where resources are often focused on the most critical cases, leaving longer waits for non-critical patients.

The contest runs through August 31st.

Clinic Seeker is free to download on Google Play and the Apple App Store.