Iggbo plans to launch brick-and-mortar locations
Richmond-based Iggbo plans to create brick-and-mortar health-care locations in 40 major markets in the U.S.
Founded in 2015, the company connects health-care specialists (such as phlebotomists, nurses and imaging technicians) to job opportunities in their fields.
Iggbo’s expansion is designed to provide health-care partners with opportunities to combine the company's technology with physical locations for specimen collection and other services.
Iggbo said participating partners will be able to use its brick-and-mortar network to offer their patients services at prices lower than mobile specimen collection charges.
Since its founding, Iggbo has served more than 1,300 U.S. cities with on-demand specimen collection and other health-care services in the homes of patients, in physician offices and other locations.