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About MMC


Mobile Medical Corporation (MMC) is a certified Women's Business Enterprise founded and incorporated in 1990, by Cynthia J. Latsko. MMC is a premier provider of quality substance abuse testing, occupational healthcare programs, onsite first aid nursing stations and credential tracking nationwide. MMC is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has satellite offices strategically placed throughout the nation to enable rapid growth. Our strong infrastructure combined with a strategic marketing plan provides the blue print for fast paced expansion across multiple U.S. regions. MMC has a very strong infrastructure, including trained and certified staff, standardized procedures and state-of-the-art technology.

Executive Team Profiles

Cynthia J. Latsko, Chief Executive Officer and President

Cynthia, President and Chief Executive Officer, is an entrepreneur and woman business leader who has built Mobile Medical Corporation (MMC) from an innovative concept in 1990 to a multi-million dollar corporation with employees throughout the USA. She brings with her an extensive background in business development, collective bargaining, sales and marketing management. Cynthia possesses a unique client service sensitivity and understanding that has been the driving force in the success of the organization.

Through her insight, vision, and direction, the company has achieved many “1st in the industry” accomplishments, including being first in the industry to develop and provide state-of-the-art proprietary software applications plus a secured interactive web site that enables clients to have the ability to view their proprietary records 24 hours a day 7-days a week. With this technology, MMC provides its customers with an “around-the-clock” eligible work force.

Cynthia's expertise in the industry has made her a national sought after keynote speaker to groups and associations regarding the design and operations of:

  • Third Party Administrative Programs
  • Labor Management Cooperative Programs
  • Biological Monitoring for OSHA Compliance
  • Substance Abuse Testing and Administration
  • Medical Surveillance Programs
  • Nursing and First Aid Stations
  • Physical Examinations
  • Respiratory Protection

Her professional associations have allowed MMC to become members of such organizations as the Constructors Association, the Society for Protective Coatings, the Associated General Contractors of America, the Master Builder's Association of Western Pennsylvania and AGC – Member National Committee for Electronic Information Management

Cynthia's knowledge of the business, and understanding of the need for high quality services, continue to lead MMC in its continued expansion.

Marianne Karg – Vice President

Marianne joined Mobile Medical Corporation (MMC) in 1995 bringing a decade of experience to her role as Sales and Marketing Director. Marianne started her career at Campbell's Soup Company in 1985 as a Sales Manager, progressing to the role of Marketing Analyst, in 1987, for Potomac Electric Power Company in Washington, D.C. Marianne moved to Pittsburgh, PA in 1992 when she took a position as Marketing and Sales Director with a large medical practice before coming to MMC.

Marianne's function within MMC is to grow the existing on-site occupational medical business, develop new accounts and market MMC's five divisions: Nationwide Testing, Substance Abuse Programs, Physical Exams & Testing, Nursing – First Aid Services, and Labor Management Cooperative Programs nationwide. Marianne is a believer in relationships being the key to good business and prides herself on the current customer base and accomplishments throughout the organized labor industry.

In December 2007, Marianne opened MMC's fourth office in Sacramento, California, beginning MMC's west coast presence. She also opened and managed MMC's Mid-West office, in 2001, to provide the Union Construction Industry Partnership with a confident and experienced third party administrator for their substance abuse program. Today the program includes forty-five local unions, eight contractor associations, and has been adapted by the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation. She is the Co-chairperson on the Associated General Contractors of America's Safety Committee's Drug Free Task Force and sits on the Department of Labor's Drug Free Workplace Alliance Implementation Team in Washington, D.C.