DocGo teams to sail with Carnival

2021-10-28T08:32:26+00:00 October 28th, 2021|Safety|

Ambulnz, d/b/a DocGo, a provider of mobile health services and integrated medical mobility solutions, is to merge with Motion Acquisition Corp.

This merger will add ports and augment its services with Carnival Corp to include stationing DocGo response teams on board its cruise ships.

DocGo is now working with Carnival on some of the US’ cruise homeports. Since it first got together with Carnival, DocGo has created a footprint that stretches from Galveston, Texas, Cape Canaveral, Florida, Seattle, WA, and major ports in California and Maryland, the company claimed.

In addition, DocGo has deployed medical teams to provide on board services for the duration of a cruise. These experienced medical professionals operate alongside the ship’s medical staff to support Carnival’s dedication to the health and wellbeing of  its guests.

DocGo plans to deploy teams to the entire Carnival fleet, as each ship returns to passenger sailing in the US.

“The cruise industry is making a comeback,” said Anthony Capone, DocGo President. “Our reporting is fully integrated with SeaCare, the cruise industry’s top electronic medical record system. This allows our cruise teams to provide assistance to Carnival’s amazing crew with seamless efficiency.”

In addition to its new on board medical teams, DocGo will continue to expand its embarkation services into new states. Currently, it deploys over 300 healthcare professionals at US ports in Florida, Texas, Washington, California, and Maryland.