Caliburn International Unveils Mobile Medical Service

Jeff Brody

Caliburn International has initiated a new service unit that will work to deliver mobile on-site medical support to government and commercial customers.

The company said Friday its Mobile Medical Unit will provide a wide range of on-site services including wellness activities, medical surveillance, disaster response and drug testing.

Jim Van Dusen, chief operating officer at Caliburn, said the company will launch the mobile unit in Cape Canaveral, Fla. “This mobile medical clinic will support local businesses and assist in community outreach programs,” he added.

The company has been providing health support services for over 25 years.

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