GHI Medical Setup Infectious Disease Hotline to help with HIV and HEP C Las Vegas Scare

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GHI Medical, a National Leading Preventative Healthcare Company and contracted with over 1,800 testing facilities located throughout the United States, has set up an emergency hotline to help people get tested that might be concerned about possible exposure to HIV and Hepatitis C from the recent medical disaster in Las Vegas that could possibly affect over 40,000 people.

Our advanced testing infrastructure provides us the ability to act quickly so that we can help people when serious medical problems such as this affect our nation

GHI Medical, a National Leading Preventative Healthcare Company and contracted with over 1,800 testing facilities located throughout the United States, has set up an emergency hotline to help people get tested that might be concerned about possible exposure to HIV and Hepatitis C from the recent medical disaster in Las Vegas that could possibly affect over 40,000 people.

This test is designed to help by providing possibly exposed victims the ability to afford these expensive tests that usually cost $275.00 to $500.00; but is being offered by GHI at an approved public service special cost of $98.41 to patients concerned about the recent Infectious Disease Alert. All patient information and test results are completely confidential.

For more information or to be tested call our infectious disease hotline at 800-586-9507 or visit http://www.ghimedical.com

GHI Medical is focused on developing and delivering state of the art preventative healthcare testing procedures. Our company's success over the last year has provided the opportunity to invest in research and development that is focused around more advanced and comprehensive preventative healthcare testing. "Our advanced testing infrastructure provides us the ability to act quickly so that we can help people when serious medical problems such as this affect our nation," said Scott Gostyla CEO of GHI Medical.

For additional information contact Sonia Russell at 727-450-6853 or at disease(at)ghimedical.com .

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