Niles Nangrani, D.O.’11, recently established UrgentCare2go, an on-demand mobile urgent care service in the Dallas/Fort Worth area available treat minor medical conditions seven days a week, 24 hours a day. He got the idea while working a night shift in an emergency department, where he noticed patients overusing its services mostly because of a lack of insurance, limited hours for walk-in clinics and inability to see a primary care provider for more than two weeks. He developed an innovative model using telemedicine and a network of medical assistants to provide high-quality, affordable care to patients in their homes or offices. Nangrani completed his residency in family medicine at Michigan State University and a fellowship in emergency medicine at the University of Tennessee. He continues to work in emergency medicine and is enrolled in the professional master of business administration program in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, Dallas.