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Quincy Medical Group introduced new app

7 months ago from Quincy Medical Group

The QMG All Access Pass allows users to find primary care

Quincy Medical Group is excited to announce the release of its first mobile application, the “QMG All Access Pass,” for use with the iPhone, iPad and Android operating systems. The free app, now available for download on iTunes and Google Play, allows users to find primary care, determine if they need a trip to a primary care provider, ambulatory care or the ER, access to their personal healthcare information, the ability to check on ambulatory care wait times and more.

“We created this app as a way to serve our patients at their time of need and provide access to care in real time,” says Erin Florea, Senior Director of Customer Service at Quincy Medical Group. “With this technology, we can be more accurate and more complete, which means better outcomes and experiences for our patients. Better access to primary care, better access to ACC, that’s what this ‘All Access Pass’ is all about. We want to give that busy mom and hustling student the quick information they need to get on with their day. We’ve seen this app in larger cities and we knew we could do it here for our patients as well. Quincy Medical Group is just touching the surface of what’s possible.”

The QMG All Access Pass also explains how to sign up for text appointment reminders, gives directions, and offers a link to call the facility or go to the Quincy Medical Group website. The new app literally puts Quincy Medical Group in your pocket, wherever you are.

For more information, go to http://www.quincymedgroup.com/app/.


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