Yes, there are apps available for the iPad. When you go to the App Store on your iPad, search for medhelp. You will get results that say no apps found. Then click on the iPhone option at the top of the page. You will then find all of our apps.
We do not offer any apps specifically for an iPad, but any of the iPhone apps can be used for an iPad. The graphics may look a bit different, but it is fully functional.
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