Passport Health announces 5-year growth numbers

Passport Health has announced a 200 percent increase in growth of its corporate footprint over the past five years.

David Tedesco

Nearly 80 corporate locations have opened since the start of David Tedesco’s time with the organization, according to a release.

“When I came on board in 2010, there were very few corporate clinic locations,” Mr. Tedesco stated in the release. “Since then, we’ve worked hard on growing the business. We’ve brought people on board to help with marketing, patient care, every part of the consumer and corporate experience. It has led us to where we are today.”

Since inception more than 20 years ago, Passport Health became a franchise organization spanning most the of the United States. When Mr. Tedesco became chairman, he made expansion a priority, according to the release.

“The United States is only one part of the world, and data shows Americans don’t travel quite as much as people in other countries. We saw Canada and Mexico as big opportunities for us where we could recreate the amazing work we’ve done stateside.”

Passport Health’s corporate group has more than 30 clinics outside the United States providing travel health, corporate wellness and other services to their communities.

“We’ve taken a very data-driven approach that doesn’t forget that we’re serving people,” stated Paul Fishburn, chief operating officer for Passport Health. “I think that’s one thing David has really shown us. That we can tailor what we do to our clients through numbers, but without them just becoming raw data.”

Passport Health is the largest provider of travel medicine and vaccination services in the North America, according to the release.

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