·         Telemedicine is a technology that allows a doctor in a distant location to view and speak with a patient much like a telephone call on a smartphone.The PinnacleHealth telemedicine program incorporates computer and video technology to allow specialists to see and examine patients through the use of a PinnacleHealth robot.


·        You can see and speak to the doctor as if they are standing right next to you. You will see him clearly, while he asks you questions and you respond.  Using the camera on the robot he can zoom and focus on various parts of your body, and with the help of a nurse, complete an examination as if you are both in the same room.


·         During the examination, the doctor has full access to the patient’s medical records and any laboratory tests or imaging studies that may have been completed.


·         The goal of the telemedicine program is to get needed care, faster, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Dr. Christian Caicedo will explain this incredible technology and what it means for you as a patient.

Learn more by visiting this website:

Pinnacle Health Telemedicine

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7:30-8  S&S Professional Wildlife Services

It may not feel like spring....yet.  But the animal kingdom is thinking spring and they are "in the mood for love."   Critters and creatures who've been hibernating or hiding all winter are out and about in your backyard and near your home and they are looking for love and potential mates.  What that means for you is alot of activity out there with skunks and groundhogs. 

If you are not wild about wildlife invading your yard or home, call these guys.  Our "critter gitter" Rick Shadel is back with us to talk about what to expect for spring.   It seems this winter has made it especially good for moles and voles.  We'll have tips on how to identify and get rid of them.

Also snakes and mice in the house and why it's important to stop birds from nesting on your porch or deck or doorway.

If you need help managing wildlife, call S&S Professional Wildlife Services.

1-866-SKUNK BE GONE (758-6523) and visit www.sandswildlifecontrol.com

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