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11
Jan
2019

Team Travels to Haiti as Part of Medical Mission Trip

This past November, a group of our amazing team members traveled to a remote island off of Haiti to provide much needed medical care. Our team is passionate about the health of our local communities as well as other communities in need. We are so proud of everyone who came together and worked so hard to make this trip successful. Here is a video with some highlights from the journey.

20
Dec
2018

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

Newburyport, MA — ConvenientMD—New England’s leading urgent care provider—is proud to announce the opening of its newest location this January in Newburyport, MA, located at 29 Storey Ave.

20
Dec
2018

ConvenientMD Named One of the “Five Fastest-growing Companies on the Private 100” for Second Consecutive Year

Manchester, N.H. – ConvenientMD—the leading provider of urgent care and walk-in medical services in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts—has been named the “Fifth Fastest-growing Private Company in New Hampshire” in the December 2018 issue of Business NH Magazine. This is the second year in a row that Business NH Magazine has featured ConvenientMD as part of its “Fast Five” list; the company took the #1 spot on the list in 2017.

19
Dec
2018

3 Common Winter Illnesses to Watch Out For

Winter is finally here, which means many people throughout New England are spending a significant amount of time each day indoors. Not surprisingly, this means more close contact with others than during the warmer months of the year, which leads to more spreading of germs. While simple steps, like washing your hands regularly, can help decrease your chances of getting sick, the bottom line is that many illnesses occur with increased frequency throughout the winter.

18
Dec
2018

Identifying and Treating a Rash

Between environmental factors, cleaning agents and the cold, dry air, our skin can take quite a bit of damage this time of year. While dry skin and cracked hands are to be expected when the weather turns chilly, a rash can be a sign of something more serious. Persistent rashes that won’t go away may require a closer look, especially if home treatment hasn’t been effective.