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ConvenientMD, New England’s Leading Urgent Care Provider, Enters Massachusetts with New Clinic in Falmouth, MA

With locations throughout New Hampshire and Maine, the opening of ConvenientMD’s Falmouth clinic marks the company entering into the Massachusetts market for the first time and will provide residents of Falmouth and the surrounding area with an entirely new option for treatment of non-life threatening illnesses and injuries. ConvenientMD’s state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with X-ray imaging, lab, IV fluids/antibiotics as well as other on-site capabilities—making ConvenientMD an all-inclusive solution for treating a broad range of injuries and illness, led by the area’s leading physicians and providers.


Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye): A Common Fall Illness

Doctor's Note Conjuncitivits

When it comes to fall illnesses, conjunctivitis—commonly referred to as “pink eye”—is among the most feared by parents. School-aged children are at a high level of risk of exposure to conjunctivitis, and though severe complications are rare, viral pink eye is incredibly contagious and can cause quite a bit of discomfort if left untreated.


ConvenientMD, New England’s Leading Urgent Care Provider Opening New Clinic in Bangor, Maine

Bangor, ME – ConvenientMD, New England’s leading urgent care provider, is proud to announce the opening of its newest location this November in Bangor, ME, located at 543 Broadway, right off I-95. The Grand Opening Celebration for ConvenientMD’s Bangor location is set for Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 from 11:30am to 2:30pm – all are welcome to attend.


ConvenientMD Offers Free Flu Shots

Posted Oct 4, 2018 by Seacoast Online Convenient MD, with Seacoast locations in Portsmouth and Exeter-Stratham, is offering free vaccinations this flu season. Common signs of the flu include fever, fatigue, aches and pains, said Dr. Jo Gates, medical director at ConvenientMD. Dr. Gates advises people to check with a medical professional if they experience such symptoms. ConvenientMD is an Read More >


Flu Shot FAQ: Dr. Pundt Answers All Your Flu Shot Questions

Flu viruses are most common during the fall and winter months, with activity typically increasing in October and often not dwindling until April or May. So, what can you do to decrease your chances of getting sick this year? Aside from maintaining good hygiene, there’s no better defense against influenza than the flu shot.