Dispatch From Everest Basecamp – Part 2

May 2, 2009 As I made my way down from Camp three at 24,700 feet the feeling of an increased oxygen supply was energizing. As I moved past camps lower and lower, the angst and the danger lifted. Unfortunately, though,…

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Medical Support in the Brazilian Rainforest

  As a Remote Area Medic employed with Remote Medical International’s Medical/Rescue Support Group, I have had the opportunity to travel and provide medical coverage on many continents.  Most recently, whilst finishing a deployment in North Eastern Brazil, I was…

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RMI Featured in The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times recently wrote an article about our use of technology in delivery of our services. Click Here to Read the Story at the Seattle Times Website

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Medical Aspects of an Antarctic Expedition

T-Shirt in the SnowIt’s snowing today in Seattle, but I’m wearing a t-shirt. That’s for two reasons- one is that the coffee shop I’m writing from has the heat on high. That and the fact that I’ve just returned from…

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Outfitting for the Open Seas

  Access™ Telemedicine can be contacted 24/7/365 via a variety of communications methods. I recently had the pleasure of helping a family prepare themselves and their 55’ boat for a multi-year around the world journey. It was a lot of…

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Advanced Practice & Remote Site Paramedics

Remote Medical International uses Remote Site Paramedics for offshore and remote site operations. In our experience, the street sense for rescue, independence, and hands-on skills provide a solid foundation, we also require extended expedition experience and an ability to get…

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