After working in the medical transportation field for 10 years, Mark Switaj saw a glaring need & decided to do something about it.
So he started RoundTrip.
Based in Philadelphia, RoundTrip is the single touchpoint for non-emergency patient transportation.
Sure, there are plenty of ambulance services – car & helicopter – for getting a patient to the hospital. (I’ve even seen some blood on the back seats of Ubers.)
But 78% of Americans over the age of 55 require ongoing medical treatment for a chronic condition. And they need wheels for these NON-emergency appointments.
RoundTrip now works with such greats as Mount Sinai in NYC, Cooper/MD Anderson, Crozer-Keystone Health System, Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, and others.
They provide the full spectrum of on-demand and scheduled trips, from lyft rides to wheelchair and stretcher transports via partnered, credentialed transport companies, through a simple, powerful portal. Riders are connected to the right driver.
In short: it saves lives.
In this 20-minute conversation, Mark reveals how he’s building the team that’s building RoundTrip.