GoHealth Urgent Care has been recognized as a 2024 Georgia Fast 40 Winner for its industry-leading growth

GoHealth’s ability to rapidly enhance access to high-quality care has made it one of ACG Atlanta’s 40 Fastest-Growing Companies

Todd Latz, chief executive officer, GoHealth

ATLANTA, GA (June 28, 2024) – GoHealth Urgent Care remains laser-focused on its customers and communities, as it continues its fast-paced growth.

GoHealth’s connected care model and partnership with leading health systems, as well as its team members’ mission to “GO Beyond” to provide unparalleled experiences has ensured that GoHealth continues to be a leader in the on-demand care sector. GoHealth partners with 11 major health systems across the country to provide customers with high-quality, non-life-threatening care when and where they need it most, both virtually and in conveniently located centers deeply embedded within its communities.

GoHealth was named a 2024 Georgia Fast 40 by the Atlanta Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) in the High Middle Market category (businesses with more than $500M in revenue and over 25% team member growth) at an awards ceremony on June 27 at Flourish Atlanta.

“We are proud to be a member of the 2024 Georgia Fast 40. GoHealth has been a fast-growing company from day one, and nearly 10 years later, we are growing faster than ever. Our unique joint-venture model sets us apart from independent urgent care providers and other retail outlets and has enabled us to continue to thrive and build customer and partner loyalty. By being deeply integrated into progressive, industry-leading health systems, we can help customers quickly and efficiently get care, with seamless same- and next-day access to specialty care whenever necessary,” said Todd Latz, chief executive officer, GoHealth.

In the 10 years since it was founded, GoHealth has grown to operate more than 280 co-branded centers across 14 states. With virtual and in-person care available, the urgent care network puts high-quality urgent care within reach of nearly 50% of Americans.

“Through shared resources and investments, we can rapidly expand access to neighborhoods by opening new centers and expanding hours of operation,” Latz said. “Our growth is a direct reflection of our focus on serving the needs of our communities, customers, area employers and health system partners.”

“These 40+ companies represent almost 7,500 new jobs and over 2.3 billion dollars in revenue growth over the last three years. In speaking with many of the CEO’s, the supportive business environment and accessibility of capital are contributors to growth. By far the biggest challenge is the tightness of the labor market even though our honorees employ almost 17,000 people. We are proud to honor these companies and look forward to learning more insights online and at the celebration in June,” said Brooks Morris, chair of the Georgia Fast 40 Awards.

See Todd Latz, chief executive officer, speaking on GoHealth Urgent Care and its growth!