Information should be accessible by everyone
Samaritan Health Services believes strongly that medical information should be accessible to those with disabilities (visual, hearing,
neuromuscular, cognitive). We have striven to ensure that this site is accessible to those with disabilities and welcome comments and
suggestions on how we can improve in that respect. We would be happy to conduct medical literature subject searches for advocates for
the disabled or disabled members of the public interested in the many aspects of the subject of disability, assistive technology or their
specific condition. Please click here if you have comments or suggestions about this important issue.
We also have attempted to render this site as accessible as possible to those who access information in ways other than utilizing desktop
computers. This website was developed to be accessible by all modern web browsers,
mobile devices (e.g. smart phones and PDAs), screen readers, and text-only web browsers.
The above screenshot displays the samlib.com homepage as viewed through the text-only browser Lynx. Website content is readable and easy to navigate.
The above screenshot displays the samlib.com homepage as viewed on a Windows Mobile phone. Website content is readable and easy to navigate.
Page Last Updated: May 12, 2009