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InPlace Medical Solutions Announces Advanced Medical Services for Offshore and Remote Locations
Date:2/16/2009

  • 12 lead EKG
  • Point of care laboratory analysis units
  • Oversight for medical staff
  • Medical staff or trained wellness coordinators
  • Electronic Medical Record
  • Physician directed wellness service
    • Wellness plan tailored to individual company needs
    • Exercise and nutrition
    • Smoking cessation
    • Stress management
    • Preventative medicine
    • Immunizations
    • Disease management
  • All transportation and hospital logistics are arranged
  • Dedicated physician assigned to your company as 24/7 medical director and medical advisors for all business decisions requiring medical expertise.
  • NuPhysicia bios

    Shannon Caldwell - Executive director, Offshore and Remote Services, NuPhysicia, LLC

    Shannon Caldwell is the executive director of Offshore and Remote Services for NuPhysicia, LLC. Caldwell was formerly with Noble Drilling, where he served as the corporate HSE advisor for Eastern Hemisphere Operations covering three continents. His responsibilities included oversight for health and safety programs and implementation for more than 3,000 workers. Prior to working for Noble, Caldwell held emergency medical services positions, including remote duty paramedic for KBR in Iraq, FEMA disaster response paramedic during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and helicopter flight paramedic for PHI Air Medical. He also was an adjunct faculty member at San Jacinto College and Lamar University. Caldwell holds a Bachelors of Science degree in occupational safety and health, a certificate in industrial hygiene management and paramedic certification. He served on active duty in the US Air Force in various locations aroun
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