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Insite Security Partners With WorldClinic to Offer Global Medical Support to Clients
Date:7/8/2009

NEW YORK, July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Insite Security Inc. and WorldClinic have partnered to create a revolutionary approach to medical care and security for large companies and high net worth individuals and families.

Founded by former Secret Service agent and litigator Christopher Falkenberg, Insite Security is a full-service security and risk management agency for corporations and high net worth individuals.

The new offering, called P.A.C.T. -- Preparedness, Avoidance, Communications and Training -- is the first service that combines the comprehensive disciplines of emergency medicine, through WorldClinic, with physical security and risk management, through Insite Security.

"Globalization has made international travel for business and leisure an everyday occurrence. Travel itself has become a risk factor that needs to be prepared for and mitigated against," said Christopher Falkenberg, Founder and President of Insite Security. "We have been providing on-the-ground advance and security for dozens of corporations and high net worth individuals and families. By offering a complete medical solution to our clients, we provide added peace of mind in a challenging and dangerous world."

Dr. Daniel J. Carlin, CEO, WorldClinic added, "The chance of a catastrophic event happening in modern life is much higher than just 10 years ago. Be it the threat of a pandemic like the H1N1 virus, which we have not seen the last of, or a medical emergency where your family is traveling abroad and in need of urgent medical treatment in a remote location, WorldClinic is equipped to address all scenarios."

WorldClinic, founded by Dr. Carlin, provides 24/7 personal telemedical care and consultation, detailed destination medical research, portable prescription medical kits, a 24/7 electronic medical record archive and rapid physician-to-physician second-opinion referrals for any serious or complex il
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