ConvenientMD Urgent Care, Author at ConvenientMD
18
Feb
2020

ConvenientMD Appoints New President to Position Company for Continued Growth

ConvenientMD, New England’s leading provider of urgent care and walk-in medical services, today announced that it has appointed its Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Pundt to the additional role of President to spearhead the Company’s next chapter. Placing Dr. Pundt at the helm of ConvenientMD, alongside Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Gareth Dickens, reflects the continued implementation of the robust growth and expansion strategy the Company launched in 2018, while maintaining an elevated clinical focus on the patient-first provision of care.

13
Feb
2020

ConvenientMD Featured on WGME News 13

Coronavirus may be getting all of the headlines, but experts in Maine say the flu is the greater threat. With nearly 5,000 reported cases and 17 deaths, the Maine CDC says the numbers are on track for a worse flu season than last year. ConvenientMD’s Dr. John Garrett spoke with WGME News 13 yesterday on the importance of getting your vaccination to protect yourself and your family.

28
Jan
2020

What You Need to Know About Novel Coronavirus from Wuhan, China

There has been much in the news in the past few weeks regarding an outbreak of illness in Wuhan, China, known as “novel coronavirus,” officially coined “2019-nCoV.” Thought to have originated at a “wet market” in Wuhan called The Huanan Seafood Market, the virus in question—which mirrors pneumonia in terms of symptoms—is responsible for over 900 infections and at least Read More >

22
Jan
2020

ConvenientMD Donates $1,425 to Pembroke Titans Against Drugs

ConvenientMD Urgent Care in Pembroke, Massachusetts partnered with Pembroke Titans Against Drugs for an interactive, social media-driven fundraising campaign to benefit community partner, Pembroke Titans Against Drugs. ConvenientMD is proud to announce that this partnership led to a donation of $1,425 to Pembroke Titans Against Drugs.

6
Jan
2020

4 Common Winter Injuries in New England

Whether it be a gentle walk around the neighborhood or a full day of hitting the slopes, there are a number of ways to stay active during the chilly winter months. Winter fun doesn’t come without its caveats, though. Accidents and injuries become increasingly common in the presence of ice, snow and extreme cold temperatures.