Since 2003, GardaWorld has been supporting government customers with medical and security support services. GardaWorld employes 103,000 personnel with 30,000 of those personnel operating across the United States alone. We are committing our resources to the effort to fight COVID-19 with urgent medical, logistics, and security support.
Established bench of medical, security, and supply chain personnel, already identified and immediately ready to deploy to your performance locations. The GWFS unit is headquartered in McLean, Virginia.
We will provide our clients with the rapid deployment of emergency medical, logistics and security staff to quickly respond to this pandemic. Our infrastructure and mature bench of deployable, licensed professionals offer an immediate advantage to supporting your projects.
GWFS has been supporting a major US corporation with COVID Support Response Teams to conduct COVID Screening and PCR Testing at their work locations. The teams operate at multiple locations on both the West Coast and the East Coast performing COVID-19 Nasoparyngeal Swab Testing and sample collection/containment for laboratory analysis. The testing allowed the corporation to re-commence its operations and bring furloughed employees back to work.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City in Spring of 2020, GWFS was able to provide a major hospital with critically needed medical staff for their COVID-care needs. GWFS ultimately deployed over 120 medical personnel including Certified Nurse Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Paramedics, Physician Assistants, Registered Nurses, and Respiratory Therapists. Most of these personnel were deployed within a matter of a few days – some within 24 hours. This support was critical in allowing the hospital to combat the first wave of COVID-19 infections and to provide quality care to all of its patients.
GWFS was called by a large US city to set up a drive-through testing capability to augment existing city-operated testing facilities. Within 48 hours, GWFS set up two fully-operational testing sites capable of performing 1,000 tests per day. This additional site was critical in helping the city chart a path out of a second wave of COVID-19 infections.