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Offering remote medical services is something that requires a ton of experience, but it still offers some interesting career opportunities for students.

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Despite how much complaining goes on about the state of health care in this country, the truth is that we live in a remarkable time for medical treatment—especially in emergency situations. With 911, ambulances, and hospitals, we are extremely adept at addressing urgent medical situations. But what happens when those situations happen somewhere that traditional services can’t reach? That’s where Seattle, WA based Remote Medical International steps in. They provide “equipment, training, telemedicine, and onsite medical care for anyone who works or plays where going to the hospital is not an option.” They are yet another Inc. 500 company that seems to have found a great market niche. Over the past three years, Remote Medical International has increased revenues 1184% to $5.2 million. The coolest thing about that growth is that Remote Medical International is offering services that save lives—lives that may not have been saved just a few years ago.

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Whether you’re a mountain climber or a member of our armed forces, it’s good to know that there’s someone there to help you get out of a sticky situation. Even in a worst case scenario Remote Medical International might be able to help. Their services fall into four key categories: Medical Equipment & Supply Provisioning, Medical & Rescue Support Services, Wilderness Medicine & Rescue Training, and Telemedicine Services. These are the types of projects that Remote Medical International has worked on in the past. Obviously, offering remote medical services is something that requires a ton of experience. This means that Remote Medical International may not be the ideal entry level employer, but it’s still worth looking at their Jobs page. For instance, I know a lot of students work as paramedics on their college campuses, and those are the types of students who would probably be best suited to a job like Remote Site Paramedic or maybe even Wilderness Medicine Instructor. If you love adventure and have an interest in medicine, there’s no better place to grow your career than Remote Medical International.

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