Fusion web clinics and free clinics in New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut will open to patients in 2017, and they will be open to all, according to Fusion Health Care.
The clinics are a joint effort of the two companies, Fusion Health, which has an affiliate in Delaware, and HealthBridge, which is a private company based in Delaware.
The clinics will offer low-cost and free services, as well as health screenings, tests and vaccinations.
The Fusion Health website states that the clinics will serve people between 18 and 65 years old and offer an array of services, including vaccinations, tests, and wellness services, with clinics typically located in the heart of the city, as opposed to in the suburbs.
It is not clear if patients who will be in the clinics are required to have insurance, though Fusion Health said they will offer a free health checkup.
Fusion Health said the clinics were originally planned to open earlier this year, but the dates have changed.
Fusion Health has not yet confirmed when it will be able to open clinics in all 50 states.
HealthBridge, the parent company of Fusion Health and HealthCenter, is offering free health screenings and tests to all New Jersey residents.
HealthCenter and Fusion Health have partnered to offer free health care clinics in nine other states: Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.
HealthCenters in California and New Jersey have partnered with Fusion Health in the past.
The California-based company said it would begin opening a Fusion Health clinic in Los Angeles in March.
HealthCare.gov, the government-run marketplace for insurance plans, has said it will launch a clinic for New Jersey and New York residents later this year.