Mobile Telemed

Telemedicine and Virtual Urgent Care Access
Proudly Operating Out of WNY

What Is Mobile Telemed?

Mobile Telemed is a proprietary software developed to bring high-quality care to the patient wherever they may be.

With a combination of video-conferencing, diagnostic equipment and an experienced team of medical providers, Mobile Telemed brings the doctor’s office to the patient.

Whether this takes place in a patient’s home, school, group-home, or a skilled-nursing facility, the patient will be able to access our entire catalog of services.

Services Offered

  • Urgent Care
  • Cardiology
  • Wound Care
  • Oncology
  • Psychiatry
  • Pulmonary
  • Neurology

How It Works

Our Telemed Platform is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and cameras that integrate with our secure software. The patient or nurse would initiate a video call.
A provider would then join the patient in a video call, and use the diagnostic integration to evaluate the patient.
Once the visit concludes, the physician can write a script, order labs, and provide a treatment plan.

75 %

Of all doctor, urgent care, and ER visits could be handled safely and effectively via telemedicine.

7 Million

Individuals were registered for telemedicine in 2018.

Who Is It For?

Our professionals specialize in providing individualized treatment for all ages:
• Children (Ages 3 and older)
• Adolescents
• Adults
• Elderly

These patients may reside in:
• Skilled Nursing Facilities
• Assisted Living Facilities
• Educational Institutions
• Group Homes
• Community Individuals

Elderly and home-limited patients often do not have the transportation or resources to access the Urgent Care or Emergency Departments.
These visits can also be costly. Students and on-the-go parents may not have the time or provider availability for traditional office sick visits, especially in more rural areas.


Video-based telemedicine care meet patients’ needs for convenient, affordable and readily-accessible urgent care.
It can benefit patients in a number of ways, such as:
• Improve access to Urgent Care that might not otherwise be available (e.g., in rural areas)
• Reduce the need for time off work, childcare services, etc. to access appointments/emergency vists far away
• Reduce potential transportation barriers, such as lack of transportation or the need for long drives
• Reduce delays in care
• Reduce Costly ER/ED Admissions
• Improved Continuity Of Care and Follow-Up Support

Virtual Urgent Care visits for students can be scheduled during normal school hours in the nurses office. Parents will not need to be present or taken time off work.

Your Dedicated Healthcare Provider

Call (716) 893-1010



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