American Medical Endoscopy has been a niche technology bridge to the developing world since 1995. Charles Bourland, CEO.


American Medical Endoscopy recognizes the needs of disabled persons to use the American Medical Endoscopy Web Site and designs web pages to be usable. American Medical Endoscopy strives to create and maintain web pages and services that meet the guidelines set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Accessibility Initiative (WAI) as well as the Act of 1998, Section 508.

We have adopted the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 as our standard of accessibility, and all pages on this site should comply with these guidelines. The site is accessible to screen readers, PDA's, moble phones and PC's. It has been tested against the following browsers (and versions): Internet Explorer (5.5,6.0,7.0) Firefox (2.0+) and Opera (9.2).

Web standards

We have also built the site to comply with web standards, in particular XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS 2.0. We've done this in order to separate the content from its presentation, making the site work on as wide a variety of browsers and platforms as possible.

Problems using the site

If you are experiencing any problems with the accessibility of this site relating to a particular platform, or if you use Adaptive Technology and have any suggestions about how we might make the site easier for you to use, please contact us at:


American Medical Endoscopy has been validated for compliance with W3C CSS and XHTML 1.0 Transitional.