JetDoc, an urgent care app backed in part by none other than rapper Rick Ross, has announced that it’s now available in Georgia.

This move, according to a press release announcement, will make affordable, and instant, care available to more than 10 million Georgia residents.

In addition, the “Diced Pineapples” rapper and co-founder Tommy Duncan have pledged more than $1 million in free doctor visits as part of their “Give the Gift of Health” campaign.

“Today brings an important milestone for Jetdoc and more importantly Georgians,” said Tommy Duncan, Founder & CEO of Jetdoc, in the press release announcement. “We truly believe healthcare is a lifestyle, so we spent the past year breaking down every possible barrier to provide our users immediate access to a diverse network of doctors, dentists, ob-gyns, and more. With a free doctor visit – we hope our mission to Give the Gift of Health will be contagious, so we look forward to serving our communities across the state.

We first told you about how Rick Ross got involved with Jetdoc back in November of 2020. At the time, it was also announced that Ross (real name: William Roberts) was going to be a spokesman and advisor in addition to his role as an investor to the brand.

JetDoc’s initial launch was in Florida.