WHY WE'RE HERE
Mobile clinics are critical to the healthcare fight.
46 million Americans aren't being served effectively by our healthcare system.
Mobile clinics improve health equity and lower system-wide healthcare costs, and help our most vulnerable neighbors.
The biggest hurdle for Healthcare leaders to unlock the potential of mobile clinics is the complexity of planning and launching the program. Our team decided to fix that.
We connect FQHCs and other provider partners with everything they need to solve problems in their community. Our goal is to help you identify opportunities to close care gaps, then make caring for your community easier, faster, less risky and more impactful than ever before.
That's why we're here. And we're glad you're here with us.
Amanda J. LeFever, MBA
Co-Founder & CFO
OUR CORE VALUES
"I believe the first and most important choice a leader makes is choosing to serve others. Because without that single decision, our lives have limited potential for success or significance."
- Travis LeFever, CEO
Our Servant Leaders
National Advisory Board Members
Gretchen Evans, CSM (ret)
Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex
She's a deadly accurate grenade thrower, former spy, accomplished endurance athlete and occasional owl rescuer who gave birth in an Army field hospital and led troops in battle on numerous occasions before nearly dying in a mortar strike. Even though she's badass and completely deaf from a combat injury (expert lip reader), CSM Evans is not one to brag about herself. A recipient of the Bronze Star for valor and heroism in combat in Afghanistan — one in a long list of commendations — she's a veteran of military campaigns all over the globe. But at heart Gretchen is here to motivate our team to do the hard things that make a difference.
Matt Bailey, MBA
Matt is a Managing Director of Venture South, a venture firm providing capital and expertise to startups in the SE US through an network of equity funds.
With an Economics degree from UNC Chapel Hill, and MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, Matt is an investor and Board member in multiple startups, and highly skilled in Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions.
Jonathan Solomon, MBA
As past President of an Inc. 5000 fastest growing company (#90), Jonathan has held many C-Suite positions in healthcare services industry. He adds international experience as the Founder & CEO of one of the largest 3PL in Russia ($90M).
A Stanford grad, he makes short work of complex situations and enjoys the private equity and venture capital environment around technology enabled healthcare services provided outside of clinics and hospital, as well as mobile workforce development.
PharmD, BCACP, BCGP
After a decade in Population Health Strategy, Jenn recently retired from United Healthcare as West Region Vice President, Clinical Pharmacy - Medicare & Retirement.
She is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP) with a Doctorate in Pharmacy Practice.
Ft. Worth, TX
Dennis is an experienced leader in Operational Excellence. With an MS from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Dennis spent over 20 years at Lockheed Martin as Senior Manager. In his final assignment, he led the deployment of Lean for the F35 (Joint Strike Fighter) program.
Trained in Japan, he coaches lean process improvement techniques using all the tools, methods and processes employed by the Toyota Production System.
Rich Armstrong has 3 decades of experience improving performance and engagement with open-book management and employee ownership.
Rich was instrumental in the ongoing development of SRC Holdings’ open-book management practices, leading several of SRC’s business units. He coauthored Get in the Game as well as the update of the number one bestseller, The Great Game of Business.
Rich is a graduate of Pittsburg State University and serves on the board of the National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO).
Regional Advisory Board Members
MSN, APRN, FNP-BC
Jeri currently serves as Associate Medical Director at CareSouth Carolina, Inc., where she leads school-based care, telehealth, and other mobile services programs with a fleet of 10 mobile clinics.
She was recently awarded 'Emerging Leader of the Year’ by the South Carolina Primary Healthcare Association (SCPHCA) and selected as an Amy V. Cockcroft Leadership Fellow.
David B. Vliet, MBA
David is an experienced established leader in Community Health, Medical Practice Management, Pediatric sub-Specialty services, and in the Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) field.
A proven innovator and passionate teacher, with an MBA focused in Entrepreneurial Studies from Nova Southeastern University and an undergraduate degree in Health Services Administration from Florida Atlantic University (FAU), David currently leads a multi-county, $100+M community health center system based in Berkeley, CA, with sites in Berkeley, Oakland, and Richmond and surrounding areas.
Mollie is Executive Director of The Family Van and Mobile Health Map and Lecturer of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Mollie uses her experience and passion to increase access to care in Boston with The Family Van and communities across the country through The Mobile Health Map.
She is a prolific writer and recently co-authored the 5th edition of Health Program Planning and Evaluation. Mollie holds an MPH from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and a DrPH in Health Policy and Management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Recently retired after a 38 year career in politics and government with experience at both the state and federal levels. Spent 28 years with former United States Senator Richard Burr serving as Campaign Manager, State Director and Chief of Staff. Responsibilities included advising the Senator on a wide array of issues; preparing remarks, coordinating scheduling and managing staff.
Dean previously served as Director of Board and Commission Appointments for North Carolina Governor Jim Martin. Graduate of Wake Forest University with BA in History.
John Fusselman, OD
Longboat Key, FL
Dr. Fusselman is the Director of Optometric Services at Eyecare of Central Florida.
He helps Community Health Centers develop sustainable optometry clinics in brick & mortar plus mobile clinics. He received his doctorate at New England College of Optometry and his undergraduate degree at the Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry.
Dennis retired from the DEA as Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago Field Division. He currently serves as a partner at PDC focused on DEA compliance and training initiatives for healthcare organizations, providers, pharmacies, and ASC’s nationwide.
Dennis was the first to develop DEA compliance services and training relating to pain and prescription opioids, SAMHSA MAT and OTP’s regulations, pharmacy and ASC operations, and drug researcher protocols. Dennis is a recognized expert on the prescription drug epidemic.
Dr. Jerry Isikoff, Ph.D
Dr. Isikoff currently serves as the CEO of the Angel Harvey Family Health Center of the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago.
He has a background in clinical psychology that includes more than four decades of providing and advocating for mental health services to children and adults.
Following successful completion of a BA degree from Wake Forest and MSW from Boston College, Brian has spend twenty-eight years in community healthcare leadership, including nearly two decades as CEO at Piedmont Healthcare, a Federally Qualified Health Center here in NC. Brian’s heart for this work is unmatched.
He is a past client and well-positioned to prepare and position our team with long-term planning and legislation guidance.