Our Innovations

Right Care. Right Time. Right Place.

GD’s all-in-one mobile telemedicine solutions enable healthcare professionals to communicate more effectively across teams & enhance the quality of care.

The newest generation, CAREpoint 3 moves from hardware to software and further enhances coordination of care with VoIP phone system connectivity, remote administration with tiered user privileges, and more.

CAREpoint 2 enhances coordination of care through call management and recording, data sharing, unified 12-lead management, and more.

e-Bridge Mobile App enables EMS and hospital teams to share pictures, audio, video and livestream.

D-Scribe Intelligence Hub empowers medical teams with remote and centralized access to all pre-hospital and hospital communication, data, and reports.

Gobox is a portable, one-box solution for linking on-scene out-of-hospital care and distant providers with GD e-bridge™ mobile telemedicine.

40+ Years of Responsive Innovation

At General Devices (GD), our goal is to make help healthcare teams lifesaving work easier and more efficient while helping you cut costs. Download our ROI Flyer to see all the benefits of our solutions.

Telehealth solutions that deliver superior value and ROI

Deliver better patient care with time-saving mobile telehealth & communications solutions.


Quicker and more efficient patient hand-off & faster time-to-treatment


Better preparedness for incoming patients & offer telehealth for treat in place, alternate destination and ET3


Easy retrieval of case information with timestamping, recorded audio and video and central storage


Cost savings on reductions in re-admits, activations, documentations and consolidation


Mitigate risk with securely documented communications between patients and healthcare teams


Secure archiving of communications and workflow streamlining all in real-time

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