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FEB. 7 - Southern Urgent Care App Offers Access to Medical Info

Launches iTriage for Mobile Users

Southern Urgent Care announced that they have joined the growing number of medical facilities across the country reaching out to mobile users by launching the iTriage® smartphone application developed by Healthagen, LLC. To access iTriage, consumers can download the free application from the app stores for their iPhone® or Android£ smartphones, or access it through any Web-enabled device at www.iTriageHealth.com.

Deploying the iTriage application allows Southern Urgent Care to increase its presence in the growing mobile market by providing immediate, on-the-go access to a variety of healthcare information. With the introduction of this premier level of service, residents and visitors in Savannah can use the interactive mobile technology of iTriage to:
• Search medical symptoms
• Learn about possible causes
• Find specific facility information like services provided, hours of operation, and turn-by-turn directions to the closest and most appropriate facility for their condition.

“With more consumers relying on their smartphones to find information, it’s crucial to provide them with the resources and technology to make informed medical decisions when minor accidents and illnesses occur” said Arvin Ward, spokesperson for Southern Urgent Care. “Our partnership with iTriage allows us to connect with the residents and visitors in Savannah when they need reliable healthcare information quickly.”

Built by emergency room physicians, iTriage aggregates healthcare information in a structured and actionable way, and closes the information gap that often exists between doctors and patients.

“When urgent care centers put useful medical information in the palm of their patients hands with iTriage, consumers are empowered to make informed decisions about where they will seek affordable care for their medical condition,” said Peter Hudson, M.D., CEO, Healthagen, developer of iTriage. “We live in a new world that requires patients to be more informed and responsible for their health and iTriage allows them to play a larger role in their overall healthcare.

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