Maine Seacoast Mission uses 72-foot ship (Sunbeam) to provide telemedicine services to 9 islands off the coast of Bar Harbor, Maine

by | Dec 27, 2015 | Community Health Centers, Customer Success

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Maine Seacoast Mission uses 72-foot ship (Sunbeam) to provide telemedicine services to 9 islands off the coast of Bar Harbor, Maine

Maine Seacoast mission has been providing telehealth services to islands for 14 years, adressing primary care services and monitoring ongoing medical issues such as diabetes or high blood pressure. AMD telemedicine equipment is used to make medical care possible to residents in rural areas who do not have health care facilities or whose facilities do not have the specialists necessary to treat certain conditions.

Read full news article in the Boston Globe

“AMD is a telehealth company that has always been dependable, and extremely knowledgeable in assisting with choosing the right equipment to meet our needs. Their customer service and technical support of our programs has been impeccable.”

Dr. Lisa Gwynn

Interim Division Chief, Child and Adolescent Health / University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

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