What comes to mind when you think of Miami? Sun, sand and glamor? It’s all that and a whole lot more, including a burgeoning tech hub that’s attracting attention from media, venture capitalists and some of the most innovative startups in the country.
Miami boosters have long pushed the Magic City as the next tech startup hub. Now, a year into the Covid-19 era, their pitch has gained greater appeal, given the widespread embrace of remote work and newfound appreciation for outdoor living spaces.
There was a flurry of activity recently after a Bay Area venture capitalist tweeted: “what if we move silicon valley to miami” and Miami Mayor Frances Suarez responded “How can I help?”
Suarez’s reply went viral, with more than 500 quotes or retweets, 5,700 likes, and millions of views.
And so, the first unofficial Miami Tech Week was born. It wasn’t planned, but it certainly was infectious.
Here at Rezilient, we couldn’t be happier that more people now see what we’ve seen in Miami all along: a thriving, innovative, diverse city with incredible creativity at its heart. Which is why we’re excited to be launching our first CloudClinics there in the second half of 2021.
In a partnership with Miami stalwart REEF Technology, we’ll be installing five CloudClinics in and around Downtown Miami. Rezilient members will have full access to all of these clinics, and they can see any Rezilient physician at any location.
We want the Miami community to thrive, not only in tech and innovation but also in healthcare. We want to make quality healthcare more accessible and convenient for our members. And we have the tools to do that in our CloudClinics.
Miami’s about to get a whole lot healthier, thanks to Rezilient.
Be the first to know when convenient, technology enabled healthcare is available via CloudClinics in your neighborhood.