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Medex

 [med´eks]
a physician assistant program for former military medical corpsmen; also, a graduate of such a program.

MEDEX

[med′eks]
1 an educational program accredited by the American Medical Association for training military personnel with medical experience to become physician's assistants.
2 a physician's assistant who has gained medical experience during military service and further training in a physician's assistant program.
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MEDEX is the oldest and largest independently owned provider of global travel, security and medical assistance in North America.
Since 2000 MEDEX has been under the direction of CEO and President Bruce Kirby, CPA, FLMI.
Pennington, Chief Marketing Officer of MEDEX Global Group at 410-453-6300, jpennington@medexassist.
The MEDEX report offers a number of health and medical-related tips for travelers:
Additional details and rankings are included as part of MEDEX 360m Global Medical Monitor reports, a medical information service created in partnership with Harvard Medical International.
In September, MEDEX Global Group and Harvard Medical International (HMI) launched MEDEX 360m Global Medical Monitor, the most comprehensive health information website ever developed for international travelers.
For information about MEDEX Global Group and its scope of services visit http://www.
MEDEX 360m Monitors are delivered via a live web link that is active through the last day of their coverage period, so travelers can view their report upon purchase, before and during their trip.
According to the just published MEDEX 360m International Healthcare Rating System, high standards of care go beyond surgical skills, precise diagnostics and availability of antibiotics; many other factors must be considered.