News from Worldwide Telemedicine

Worldwide Telemedicine collaborator appoints Falterman as medical director

HOUMA, La. (Sept. 10, 2014) – Worldwide Telemedicine’s (WWTM) medical director, Dr. Thomas Falterman, has been named the medical director at Occupational Medicine Services (OMS), a comprehensive occupational medical clinic specializing in pre-employment screenings, physicals, on-site services and work-related injury care and case management. Falterman will maintain his role at WWTM.


Falterman is active in many field-specific organizations including Priority 1 Air Rescue and the emergency room at L.J. Chabert Medical Center.

Falterman is board certified in internal medicine and emergency medicine and is a licensed physician in the states of Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida. During his residency at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, he was named chief resident and received the Outstanding Resident Teaching award.

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Worldwide Telemedicine acquires two new telemedicine units

HOUSTON (April 21, 2014) – Worldwide Telemedicine (WWTM) now has added two new telemedicine units which can be customized and deployed as part of its patient care delivery system. The new units will improve WWTM’s ability to support multiple clients around the globe virtually for medical emergencies in remote locations.

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WWTM’s telemedicine units are portable and run on AC power or battery and transmit via internet or satellite connection. The units provide cutting edge technology to deliver quality U.S. medical care at the most remote, isolated worksites where healthcare access is limited, reducing the need for costly emergency transportations and effectively managing emergencies and injuries in real-time.

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