eMedischedule Customized Rabies Vaccination Online Appointment System

eMedischedule Customized Rabies Vaccination Online Appointment System

eMedischedule.com customized Rabies Vaccination online appointment system

for Frederick County Public Health, Maryland

-Health Department to provide rabies vaccination online appointments-

eMedischedule.com, a provider of online clinic scheduling and medical scheduling technology, customized and deployed the Rabies Vaccination clinics appointment system for Frederick County Public Health Department, MD.

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South Central Public Health District Idaho

South Central Public Health District Idaho

South Central Public Health District, Idaho will be providing online public health clinic scheduling service via eMedischedule.com


Health department will be using the web based online appointment scheduling service as well as the automated phone based eMedischedule Virtual Call Center…

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Schuyler County Public Health District

Schuyler County Public Health District

eMedischedule is now in New York…Schuyler County Public Health District to use web based public health appointment scheduling services through eMedischedule.


Health department will be using the web based online appointment scheduling service starting in September 2010.

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Delaware General Health District

Delaware General Health District

DELAWARE, OH, December 18, 2009 –This is the weekly flu update issued by the Delaware General Health District.

The new online appointment scheduling system for our H1N1 immunization clinics was put into use this week, and is working well. In less than seven days, 3,269 appointments have been scheduled. Of those, 2,723 clients were able to set their own appointments without assistance from the Health District staff. We have worked with the scheduling system vendor throughout the week to promptly deal with the few glitches which have arisen.

Also working very well is the new immunization clinic location, Grady Memorial Hospital’s Delaware Health Center at 801 OhioHealth Boulevard. We provided 1,040 H1N1 immunizations during our first two clinic days there. Most clients this week have had little or no waiting time, and have found the location to be convenient.
“Grady’s offer of assistance is greatly appreciated,” said Health Commissioner Frances Veverka MPH R.S. Due to traffic concerns, the Health District was not able to use the Grady facility until the appointment system was implemented.
We expect to continue using the Delaware Health Center throughout the winter months. Our weekly schedules will continue to include evening and weekend opportunities to get the H1N1 vaccine. Our vaccine stocks remain ample.

As expected, numerous senior citizens and healthy adults have gotten immunizations this week with the lifting of eligibility restrictions for the H1N1 vaccines. We also are continuing to see a lot of families returning for their children under 10 to get second doses. Find an addiction rehab center that can help you get your life back.

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eMedischedule.com Releases Automated Call Center That Provides Real-Time Sync.

eMedischedule.com Releases Automated Call Center That Provides Real-Time Sync.

Integrated voice response technology enables categorization based on medical conditions, delivers phone and SMS appointment reminders

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–eMedischedule.com, a provider of online clinic scheduling and medical scheduling technology, announced today a new automated call center that enables patients to make and alter the status of online clinic and medical appointments over the phone.

“However, many patients, especially the elderly, still prefer to manage their appointments via phone. eMedischedule.com’s automated call center gives health care providers limitless control over determining which health classifications will best help them serve their patients.”

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