SupDoc Gives Virtual Access to Minnesota Doctors During Coronavirus Pandemic

April 15  

Via MinneInno

“Founded in 2019, SupDoc offers virtual visits with local doctors to address things like allergies, medication refills, coughs, strep throat and more.”

“During the current crisis, the company is offering free COVID-19 screenings through its app to help determine if a person should be officially tested for the disease. SupDoc also established a fund to help essential workers get the care for common ailments if they cannot afford it.”

“’We’re built to help in a crisis like this,’ Founder Michael Brombach told Minne Inno. ‘It’s an important time to be a healthcare company.’”

Learn more about SupDoc and their free COVID-19 screenings from MinneInno.


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