Date March 19, 2021
BEST PRACTICE MEDICINE VACCINE ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT TEAM (VAST) RELEASES PURPOSE BUILT MOBILE VACCINATION CENTERS
Bozeman, MT — Best Practice Medicine (BPM) released a line of new, purpose built Mobile Community Vaccination Centers on Saturday, March 20, 2021, as added resources for their Vaccine Administration and Support Taskforce (VAST). With the addition of these trailers teams are capable of administering 300-400 vaccines each day at each location in Montana, completely self-sustained.
“With these new resources, our task force of Certified Immunizers, and partnerships with state and local agencies I am hopeful that Montana can lead the country in vaccines administered in the next few weeks,” says Ben King, Chief Executive Officer of Best Practice Medicine. “I am proud of our team's ability to continually adapt to demands of the pandemic and the role small businesses of all kinds can play as a force of good in this world.”
By creating these mobile clinics BPM supports vaccination efforts with dedicated and highly trained teams seven days a week at multiple locations. Most PODS are unable to operate continuously due to vaccine supply shortages and staffing challenges, but Mobile Community Vaccination Centers are purpose-built by BPM to increase capacity quickly, safely, and efficiently. This solution addresses the growing inequalities of vaccine access in rural communities by expanding the operational reach of vaccine administration.
These Mobile Community Vaccination Centers work in conjunction with the VAST team to support county health departments, hospitals, and pharmacies that have been overwhelmed by vaccine distribution. BPM now provides both the necessary qualified personnel to administer vaccinations as well as the space required to facilitate high-volume mobile clinics around the state.
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About Best Practice Medicine:
Best Practice Medicine, founded in 2015, brings together the most experienced clinicians with over 70 years of combined clinical education experience and a collective 350+ years of clinical, administrative, and program management experience in every distinct field of emergency medicine. Our purpose is to guarantee the health and safety of clinical teams and their patients in time-sensitive decisions, especially high risk, low-frequency non-discretionary time emergencies. As such, we focus on three major areas: simulation education, medical education, and clinician deployment.