ReVive has partnered with Big Country Mobile Med!
Big Country Mobile Med is a minor urgent care service that serves Abilene and the surrounding 20 miles. Skip the line and recline, let Big Country Mobile Med come to you! You are in good hands with Clay!
Clay will be at ReVive on Thursdays 1PM – 5PM
1 liter of hydration with our signature blend of B vitamins, amino acids, magnesium, toradol, and a touch of vitamin c. Designed for ultimate relaxation and pain relief followed by recovery of energy the following day ($180).
1 Liter of fluids with basic electrolytes. No vitamins or medications ($110).
This is similar to a Myer’s Cocktail, but only better! Heavily loaded with vitamin c, zinc, magnesium, amino acids, calcium, and several B vitamins for maximum cellular/immune support. However, not much hydration value. Trading hydration value for for more vitamin C ($160).
Tiny semaglutide shot to the belly. This is a diabetic medication recently approved by the FDA for weight loss! Reduces appetite and food cravings resulting in weight loss. Many report losing 1596 or more of their body weight after about a year of use or sometimes less! Some clients report losing 3-5 pounds per week! Lot to discuss! Most have been losing around 8-12 pounds in the first month! Check out the back of this menu for more info!
M.I.C. Super B injection. This is a great ‘pick me up’. shot that is full of 8 vitamins and amino acids. Helps with energy level and recovery. Many get this weekly or right before a long awaited vacation ($301).
about big country mobile med
Clay Lohse, family nurse practitioner, owner and operator of Big Country Mobile Med, is a native born Abileneian. His wife, Jayna, is a proud Hawley-ite and together they have two wonderful boys, Heath (oldest) and Hayden (youngest).
Clay is the original “Mobile Med Man” in the area as many called him. He played an instrumental and vital part of making Abilene Mobile Med the success it became in 2020-2021 due to his business sense, outgoing personality, uncompromising standards for customer service/experience, and most importantly, the relationships he cared to cultivate with his clients made the business very special.
After unfortunate circumstances, he branched off to start Big Country Mobile Med in 2021 where he looks forward to serving the Big Country likely for the rest of his career.