ConvenientMD Urgent Care, Author at ConvenientMD
24
Mar
2020

Coronavirus: What You Need to Know About COVID-19

With the global pandemic coronavirus, known as COVID-19, dominating news cycles and disrupting normal life, many are understandably worried about what the future may hold. There are still many unknowns about the novel (new) coronavirus, including when it is likely to peak in America; experts are saying it could be months before numbers of new cases begin to drop. The Read More >

13
Mar
2020

ConvenientMD Coronavirus Policy and Procedure

As per CDC guidelines, ConvenientMD is only performing COVID-19 (coronavirus) testing on those patients at high risk for COVID-19 infection and health care professionals. This is due to world-wide shortages of COVID-19 tests and personal protective equipment (PPE) required to obtain the sample. We are actively working to secure more COVID-19 tests and PPE in all ConvenientMD clinics. Please note Read More >

9
Mar
2020

Think You May Have a Stomach Bug? Here’s What to Do

With a season change into spring weather around the corner, we’re deep into the time of year when viruses tend to spread throughout our communities. Influenza gets a lot of attention this time of year, and for good reason—the flu is responsible for thousands of deaths annually in the United States alone. The “stomach flu,” medically called “gastroenteritis,” is also Read More >

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.