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Test-Med Joins Forces with Mollen to Expand its Service Offerings to its Customers

Fullerton, California (PRWEB) July 03, 2012

Test-med announced today that it has affiliated with Mollen Immunization Clinics, LLC, the nation’s largest independent mass immunizer, to expand the services it can offer to customers. As a result of the affiliation, Test-med will be able to offer customers national coverage, an expanded menu of immunizations, a voucher program allowing employees to receive immunizations at approximately 5,000 retail locations, expanded payment and billing options and a complete suite of health screening services.

“At Test-med, we continually strive to help companies address their healthcare challenges,” said Jeff Wilmoth, CEO of Test-med. “We are thrilled to affiliate with Mollen so that we can provide additional services to help companies protect the health of their employees while reducing healthcare costs.”

Beginning immediately, Test-med will benefit from Mollen’s network of over 200,000 nurses and presence in approximately 5,000 retail locations as well as Mollen’s health & wellness offerings and flexible billing capabilities.

“Test-med has built a tremendous immunization business in California and beyond,” said Chris Behling, President of Mollen. “We are pleased to be able to help Test-med offer more services including expanded immunizations, national coverage, a retail voucher program and health & wellness services to companies nationwide.”

All services will be available to customers this flu season, which begins in late August. Please call (480) 214-2000 for more information about Test-med, Mollen or the services they offer.

About Test-Med
Test-med Vaccination Services offers professional at-your-site vaccination services for corporate clients and the community at-large. With 15 years of experience, Test-med is a leading provider of at-your-site flu vaccination services.

Test-med services a wide variety of industries, including banking & finance, legal firms, real estate, entertainment, retail & service, manufacturing & heavy industry as well as government offices and non-profit organizations.

About Mollen
Mollen enables its customers to deliver and access care in the most convenient and cost effective settings possible. Mollen Immunization Clinics is the largest independent mass immunizer in the country. In 2011, Mollen employed 32,000 nurses and operated 165,000 immunization clinics and health and wellness events at drugstores, supermarkets, shopping centers, corporations, schools, governments (city, county, state & federal) and a variety of community locations in all 50 states. Mollen strives to be the most convenient and cost-effective provider of healthcare, delivering services where people live, work, play, shop, learn and worship. Over the last 24 years, Mollen has earned the trust and confidence of millions of patients and thousands of companies and institutions. Learn more at

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