"Access to healthcare, especially specialist diagnosis and treatment, remains a critical problem throughout much of the world. AMD Global Telemedicine provides a solution that has the potential to dramatically expand access to quality medical care for people all around the globe."

~ Steven Normandin, President


Steven Normandin
AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc.

Mr. Normandin has over 25 years of management experience in various entrepreneurial ventures, with a primary focus on growing technology and service related businesses. Steve is currently the President of AMD Global Telemedicine and is well known for his tenure in the telemedicine space.

As was one of the founders of American Medical Development in 1991, Steve was named Vice President and Director in 1994. At that time Steve saw the enormous benefits telemedicine served for the healthcare industry and he led the company to focus on innovative uses of medical devices and technology for telemedicine applications. In 2006, Mr. Normandin directed a management buyout of the clinical business of AMD Telemedicine and formed AMD Global Telemedicine, where he became President.

In 2006, Steve was the first recipient of the annual "Industry Council Award for Leadership in the Advancement of Telemedicine" by the American Telemedicine Association. In 2011, Steve was elected into the American Telemedicine Association College of Fellows.

Steve is an active member in telemedicine associations, organizations and societies around the globe and has presented at numerous telemedicine forums throughout North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. His specific industry participation includes: Vice President and member of the Board of Directors at the International Society for Telemedicine and e-Health based out of Switzerland, member of the Executive Committee at the American Telemedicine Association Industry Council and member of the Board of Governors at Lowell General Hospital in Lowell, MA. Previously, Steve was a member of the Board of Directors at the Canadian Society of Telehealth, and the American Telemedicine Association, where he served as Chairman of the Industry Council. Steve also previously served on the AT&T Healthcare Executive Advisory Committee.