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Date:5/6/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 06, 2013

Mobile Health will exhibit at the ASIS 23rd New York City Security Conference and Expo at the Jacob Javits Convention Center on May 8th and 9th. The event is free to attend and guests can find Mobile Health at booth 534, across from the “Coffee Break / Afternoon Reception” station.

The ASIS conference will showcase over 100 companies serving the security and safety side of business. Mobile Health is presenting their employee screening solutions including pre-employment physicals, drug testing, and background checks. Combined, this screening package is designed to provide a safer and compliant workforce.

During the convention hours of 10am – 4pm, Mobile Health will be represented by Jason Roberts (Director of Sales), Rafael Landeiro (Marketing Coordinator), and Jenelle De LaRosa (Account Manager). Together, the exhibition team will share Mobile Health’s unique advantages when it comes to pre-employment screening.

The Mobile Health booth will be easy to find with the newly designed 8ft display unit. The booth’s branded experience include complimentary spray-on hand sanitizers, pens, stress balls, flyers, and other giveaways for employers who sign-up for Mobile Health’s email list.

Following the conference, Mobile Health is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, May 15th at 2pm for guests interested in learning more about Mobile Health services. In addition, there will be an open house following the webinar to invite employers to tour our medical facility in Manhattan.

On May 8th – 9th, Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman and VP of Business Development Michael Rosenfeld will be attending the HCA Conference in Saratoga Springs.

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