Newsday: New Hyde Park cardiologist makes 'bus calls' for stressed-out patients
Newsday talks about a group of local cardiologists, using a bus as a mobile clinic, is going to apartment complexes and community centers to treat those who, worried about COVID-19, don’t want to go far from home to get services such as blood work or an electrocardiogram.
Doctors Deploy Mobile Unit on Long Island to Serve Patients At Home During Coronavirus Pandemic
With most medical facilities now closed or dedicated to caring for patients with coronavirus, Dr. Frankel has deployed a 40-ft mobile medical unit to serve patients whose everyday heart health depends on regular monitoring and care.
Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics deploys mobile unit in Queens and Long Island to serve patients in need
QNS article on Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics, a Long Island-based network of cardiologists and general practitioners statewide has deployed a mobile unit in Queens and Long Island to serve patients in need without having them leave their neighborhood.
Heart buses travel from New York to Orange County to provide life-saving cardiology tests to deputies
Orange County deputies are getting heart health screenings at work onboard a special bus. The local Fraternal Order of Police planned the event with Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics, who brought two large buses filled with cardiology equipment.