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Ask Tabs Wellness Opens State-of-the-Art Mobile COVID-19 Testing Unit in Miami With the Goal in Mind to Open up Wellness Centers

MIAMI , August 12 /Businesswire/ - A new mobile wellness center launched by Celebrity Doctor George Tabi is helping Florida residents get healthy and get back to work. Ask Tabs Mobile Wellness Center is the latest healthcare venture of Dr. Tabi's company, Ask Tabs Wellness.

The mission of the $1.5 million healthcare venture is to help people get tested and get back to work as the state of Florida is moving forward to reopen its economy. Their mobile testing unit can check for coronavirus on a regular basis. Dr. Tabi’s goal is to open up wellness centers across the U.S. for overall healthcare and not just COVID-19.

The mobile unit features a safe, clean environment which is used for their comprehensive healthcare services. It's equipped with modern medical technology, including an on-site digital ultrasound, as well as EKG and lab testing.

While coronavirus testing is primarily meant for companies who need to verify the health of their employees, the mobile center is also available to anyone who wants to get tested. Dr. Tabi's ultimate hope is to expand the testing unit to cities beyond Miami.

"My goal is not only to take the fear out of testing, but to educate people on what they need to do to stay healthy," explained Dr. Tabi. "I understand there's a lot of anxiety surrounding COVID-19 and the current state of the world. I want to provide a safe space for people to get tested and also to learn how to take care of their health overall-physically, mentally, and nutritionally. That's why I am personally out there on the mobile unit with my team, making sure everyone is going to receive the highest level of care. We have to deal with the consequences of COVID-19 and other medical conditions that are being pushed to the side and overlooked.” Dr. Tabi has also launched a CBD-Infused daily immune support gummy called Jet Setter.

Dr. George Tabi is a graduate of the Medical University of Lublin in Poland and was trained in Family Medicine at Western Reserve Healthcare. Dr. Tabi is board certified in Family Medicine and licensed in multiple states. He is also a licensed Florida medical marijuana and opioid addiction provider, and member of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

As a young black doctor from the Bronx, NY, Dr. Tabi understands the disconnect that oftentimes occurs in the Black and Latino communities across the country. As one of the most innovative physicians in the nation, Dr. Tabi continues to push for quality healthcare for the communities with minimal access.

For interviews or partnerships with Dr. Tabi please contact Angel Howansky.

STORY TAGS: United States, North America, Florida, Biotechnology, Men, Health, Family, Consumer, Other Health, Practice Management, Teens, Managed Care, Infectious Diseases, Hospitals, Fitness & Nutrition, Women, Seniors, Product/Service,


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