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EasyMed (EMYSF) Closes Sales Agreement with European Distributor

The Company recently signs Cooperation and Commission Agreement with Swiss-based sales company GKAN Holdings SA for distribution of EasyMed's suite of products including International Medical Passport and Easy SmartCare

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 02/04/13 -- EasyMed Services, Inc. (CNSX:EZM)(PINKSHEETS:EMYSF)(MUN:EY6) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a commercial agreement with Geneva-based GKAN Holdings SA ("GKAN") to target new customers.

Under the terms of the agreement GKAN will seek out and jointly market customers for EasyMed's niche products including the International Medical Passport and Easy SmartCare in specified target markets.

The markets currently targeted by GKAN include Switzerland, France, Italy, Germany, the USA and China. The agreement is non-exclusive and EasyMed has the right to acquire additional distributors and affiliates to assist in the development of these markets.

Under the terms of the Agreement, EasyMed will assure the entire technological backend and support to fulfill the contracts. The Agreement includes a percentage commission for GKAN from revenues generated. The duration of the Agreement is for an initial period ending on December 31, 2014.

One of the principals of GKAN is Mr. George Koukis, an international entrepreneur, billionaire, and a current EasyMed shareholder. Mr. Koukis founded Temenos, a premier organisation in the field of banking security software, and was instrumental in setting up EasyMed's in-house software development centre in Chennai, India.

"We are delighted to have signed this agreement with GKAN. The company's key personnel have significant business sector expertise and a vast network of contacts around the world that will open up new markets for the Company. It is also noteworthy that Mr. Koukis has once again shown his confidence in EasyMed, its technology and the healthcare market as a whole by entering into this agreement to deepen his involvement with the Company and its future. I look forward to Mr. Koukis and GKAN's contributions to our further success." stated Mr. Tejinder Sahota, CEO of EasyMed.

About International Medical Passport

EasyMed's International Medical Passport (http://easymedmobile.com/international-medical-passport/) makes medical records accessible worldwide by smartphone - an important service for all business travelers. Today's global travelers need instant access to their health records in case of an emergency. The International Medical Passport puts the complete record on a smartphone together with instant access to pre-approved doctors, clinics and hospitals around the world. The Medical Passport works on all phone, PDA and web platforms and operates in over 80 countries with 300+ mobile carriers. Cloud-based, secure, compliant and accessible on iPhone, Android, Windows and Blackberry platforms, EasyMed's International Medical Passport meets HIPAA requirements, supports HL-7 (the global authority on standards for interoperability of health information technology) and is IBM certified.

About Easy SmartCare

Easy SmartCare allows clinics, hospitals and doctors' practices to communicate with patients through text messages on their smartphones and other mobile devices. Easy SmartCare reduces missed appointments, improves preparation, sends medication reminders and improves overall outpatient management, and clinical trials have shown immediate and positive financial benefits.

About EasyMed Services Inc.

EasyMed Services Inc. (CNSX:EZM)(PINKSHEETS:EMYSF)(MUN:EY6) is a global medical information technology company delivering an end-to-end patient care solution through mobile phone, PDA and server technologies offering specialized services and applications for healthcare, insurance and pharmaceutical industries. We are committed to world-class customer service and the protection of our clients' information. To learn more, please visit www.EasyMedMobile.com.

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