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Florida Hospital Chooses EPOWERdoc EMR for Emergency Department

February 6, 2015

OMAHA, Neb.-- Hendry Regional Medical Center in Clewiston, Fla. recently selected the EPOWERdoc Electronic Medical Record (EMR) platform for its emergency department. Clewiston is located about 60 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale. Hendry Regional Medical Center's emergency department sees about 12,500 visits annually.

The EPOWERdoc team will work with the information technology department at Hendry Regional Medical Center to bring the system live in the coming weeks.

EPOWERdoc works with Emergency Departments across the United States to offer a full suite of emergency department electronic medical records tools. The EPOWERdoc platform was designed by practicing Emergency Department physicians and offers an array of intuitive tools aimed at facilitating efficient and effective care in the Emergency Department.

In addition to serving hospital-based Emergency Departments, EPOWERdoc offers a full suite EMR of solutions and paper-based documentation tools to a rapidly growing number of freestanding emergency departments.

About EPOWERdoc

EPOWERdoc is a leader in computerized Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS), using a design team comprised of emergency physicians and nurses. Additionally, EPOWERdoc provides superior medical content for other vendor EMR builds. As it was from the beginning, the EPOWERdoc mission is centered around excellence, integrity and service. Every employee is committed to going above and beyond in meeting the needs of the client, while focusing on the specialized needs of the physicians, nurses and hospitals they serve.

About Hendry Regional Medical Center

Hendry Regional Medical Center is a Critical Access Hospital offering general medical and surgical hospital in Clewiston, FL, with 25 beds. Survey data for the latest year available shows that more than 12,000  patients visited the hospital's emergency room. The hospital had a total of 964 admissions and its physicians performed 1,034 surgeries.

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