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22
May
2019

ConvenientMD, New England’s Leading Urgent Care Provider Opens New Clinic in Quincy, MA

Quincy, MA — ConvenientMD—New England’s leading urgent care provider—is proud to announce the opening of its newest location this June in Quincy, MA, located at 479 Washington St. Suite 2. ConvenientMD is an all-inclusive solution for treating a broad range of injuries and illness, led by the area’s leading physicians and providers. Offering fast access to high-quality, affordable urgent care Read More >

10
May
2019

ConvenientMD, New England’s Leading Urgent Care Provider Opens New Clinic in Brunswick, ME

Brunswick, ME — ConvenientMD—New England’s leading urgent care provider—is proud to announce the opening of its newest location this June in Brunswick, ME, located at 193 Bath Road. ConvenientMD is an all-inclusive solution for treating a broad range of injuries and illness, led by the area’s leading physicians and providers. Offering fast access to high-quality, affordable urgent care with the Read More >

3
May
2019

ConvenientMD Brings Care and Education to Ghana

In late April a group of 11 ConvenientMD employees teamed up with Vision International Missions of Manchester, NH to participate in a medical mission trip to Ghana, Africa. ConvenientMD is passionate about the overall health of our communities, both locally and internationally. Our ConvenientMD Cares Foundation sends team members and supplies to communities that lack access to adequate medical care Read More >

12
Mar
2019

Is It a Bad Cold or RSV?

In the winter months, young children tend to be especially susceptible to respiratory viruses. While most colds are fairly innocuous and can be expected to resolve on their own, RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) can lead to more serious illnesses such as bronchiolitis or pneumonia. It is important to understand what to look for to identify RSV and determine if your Read More >

20
Feb
2019

Antibiotics: What You Need to Know

Antibiotics have had a positive effect on public health since first being introduced to modern medicine. However, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about antibiotics, how they work, and when they’re necessary. The overuse of antibiotics is a major problem in the United States, and in many cases, these drugs are not effective against the illnesses they’re prescribed to treat—particularly with viral infection.