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Free Flu Shots at ConvenientMD

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Concord Patch ConvenientMD, the new urgent care walk-in facility in Concord, is offering flu shots, free to all patients, during the month of November, while supplies last. Potential patients seeking the shots can walk into the facility between the hours of 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week, to obtain a shot at the location on Loudon Road Read More >


Urgent Care Collaborations

The emergency department utilization debate has heated up again. For those of us who may read the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and even those who might peruse the Journal of the American Medical Association, we’ve all been treated to a lively debate on the overuse or underuse of emergency departments for routine health care issues, the appropriateness Read More >


ConvenientMD Wins Business Pillar Award from Salem Chamber

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Windham Patch A new Windham business officially has a big accolade under its belt. The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce has announced that ConvenientMD will be the recepient of a 2013 Business Pillar Award. The new urgent care facility was named as the winner of the “new business” category. The idea behind the pillar awards is to recognize businesses for Read More >


Urgent care facilities crop up all over region

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Eagle Tribune Denise Survilas had a recent family health crisis. Her son Mike, upset, called her from Woodbury School in Salem to tell her he had to get a physical right away so he could try out for the baseball team. Within the hour, Survilas, her son and his brother Anthony were at ConvenientMD, a new urgent care center that Read More >


What is Urgent Care?

Little things, like a skinned knee, can be treated at home. Life-threatening conditions, like chest pain, require a trip to the emergency department (“ED”). For everything in between, there’s Urgent Care. Traditionally, patients without life-threatening symptoms requiring acute care had only the ED and their primary care provider to choose from. Remarkably, the number of visits to EDs has increased Read More >