Fast Pace Telehealth, which began offering services to patients in Kentucky last week, focuses on providing care to patients in the comfort of their homes, for common ailments including cold and flu-like symptoms, seasonal allergies, gastroenteritis (stomach virus), rashes and skin conditions, pinkeye, urinary tract infections, yeast infections, fever blisters, minor boils, abscesses, and cellulitis (bacterial skin infection). Telehealth providers also prescribe and refill routine medications.
“Fast Pace Health is continuing to support the communities we serve by expanding telehealth services rapidly during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis,” said Gregory Steil, Chief Executive Officer of Fast Pace. “Our telehealth team is working tirelessly to extend hours and make telehealth services available in additional states.”
“We are proud to have helped so many patients get the care they need during this national emergency and we look forward to offering the same quality care to patients in Tennessee,” said the leaders of Fast Pace Telehealth, Robert (Bob) McKenzie, Selena Gurley, and Nikita Duke, in a joint statement.
New and existing patients in Tennessee and Kentucky can find additional information, and to arrange their first visit, on Fast Pace’s website fastpacehealth.com.
Fast Pace patients who are concerned they may have a COVID-19 (coronavirus) infection should call their nearest Fast Pace clinic for additional advice, and follow CDC guidelines. Anyone experiencing a medical emergency should dial 911.