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Harriman’s Roane Medical Center has launched a mobile website to ensure important health care information is easily accessible to consumers accessing the Internet from their mobile devices.
The new mobile site, m.roanemedical.com, will make it easier for patients and visitors to
find the information they need quickly, such as phone numbers, maps and driving directions.
Designed specifically for mobile use, the website has been designed to be simple to navigate with easy-to-read text and pages that load quickly.
The Physician Directory has been optimized for mobile viewing; users can search for doctors by name, specialty or city.
The phone directory provides listings for frequently called departments and services, and the numbers have convenient one-touch dialing.
In addition to information and maps to the hospital, a comprehensive Mobile Health Library offers health information from A to Z, a drug reference and interaction checker, diseases and conditions descriptions and other valuable information.
Access to the mobile website is free and available to anyone with a web-enabled device.
Users can access the site directly by typing the mobile site URL into their mobile phone,
or they will be automatically redirected when they visit the main website on their mobile phones.
Roane Medical Center is recognized as a Joint Commission Top Performer in Key Quality Measures.
A member of Covenant Health, Roane Medical Center aims to offer personalized patient care through its quality medical and surgical care, emergency services, prevention programs, rehabilitation support and health education.
The hospital staff has expertise in specialized services that include diagnostic imaging, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation.
Roane Medical Center also offers services through its subsidiaries, RMC Patricia Neal Outpatient Center, Roane Medical Sleep Center and Roane Medical Women’s Center.
Roane Medical Center, founded in 1939, strives to offer the right blends of technical expertise, medical professionalism and hometown values.