vital hydration


My name is Corina and I've been an Emergency Room RN for 3 years. I have roughly 12 years experience in health care overall, between nursing, volunteer work, trained EMT, and being a certified nursing assistant.

In the ER we see people on their absolute worst days and I've asked myself, "how can some of these individuals avoid getting so sick which would prevent them having to leave their comfort zone (home), stress of long waits, and an ER bill?".

With my experience, I have learned some individuals, without a doubt, need the extra help at a hospital level, but some could have used some extra vitamins and fluids to avoid getting so sick or sick at all. With Vital Hydration being mobile at this stage in its growth, I can provide quality products, services, and care at our clients' convenience. 

Corina West, RN


Dr. Rob Rogers

Dr. Rob Rogers graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Medicine and received his medical doctorate before training in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine at The University of Maryland. He practices Emergency Medicine in Tennessee and formerly worked in the Departments of Emergency Medicine at The University of Maryland and at The University of Kentucky. He has won multiple teaching awards in his career as an educator, including the National Faculty Teaching Award from The American College of Emergency Physicians and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine.

As a continued passionate medical education enthusiast, podcast evangelist, learning choreographer, and entrepreneur, Rob has taught medical education and faculty development courses all over the world. In recent years, he has developed and cultivated his real passion in medicine: personalized, DNA-based precision medicine. Rob is successfully transitioning to work in the field of health, wellness, and longevity. He currently works as a physician for Wild Health, a very popular and thriving DNA-based precision medicine business, and sees his own DNA/precision medicine patients in Bristol, Tennessee and the Tri-Cities area. His entrepreneurial endeavors have allowed him to practice medicine the way it was meant to be practiced.