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Medi Binder

Galen’s Log has announced that the website for their company is now operational!

GPI’s product is Medi Binder and I think it’s an extremely helpful product. As Grunt Doc says, “I like this product idea, and personally recommend it, especially for people who have more than 3 medicines / allergies, more than 3 doctors, or more than three surgical scars on the body.”

I have to say that I completely agree. This is a great tool that can guide you in keeping important medical information up-to-date and handy. As a nurse, I can tell you with 100% certainty that if all of my patients handed one of these to me when they rolled into the unit, my job would be SO much easier.

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Great idea. It would be even better if someone would make the pages downloadable in a PDF file or other, so people could put it together themselves without cost. A few pages of paper and a 79 cent binder…..:)



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