Tips on a People Search and Doctor Search
How much information can you get for free? Search engines competition is at the highest level and constantly embedding new technologies into searches. The result? Better information for the consumer, and it’s only the beginning! Search engine technology is so precise (especially Google™) that conducting a doctor search or a people search can deliver googles of information. Depending on the type and quality of information you’re looking after, several different approaches can be used to perform your search. A Doctor Search: How can I find a Doctor? Go to google.com and type in the full name of a doctor (i. Dr. Jerome Garden), the city or state, and a specialty field. These keywords gives you a general idea if the doctor has been involved in communities, written publications, media, and so on. Visit your state medical board http://www.mdnationwide.
org/choose a doctor.htm and find out if your medical board is one of the few who offer free doctor reports. Medical boards let you know if your (the) doctor has ever been disciplined in that particular state and give you doctor licensure status. Next, check out the http://www.abms.org/ and the http://www.ama-assn.org for proper board certification and organizational status. Finally, visit the http://www.fsmb.
org/. This organization is the governing board of all (MD) State Medical Boards. I highly recommend you visit “FSMB” if you are looking for doctor disciplinary action information, A report will cost you $9.95 each. Depending on what your doctor’s specialty, its always good if they belong to a medical society, for example, a pediatrician might belong to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Keep in mind, a doctor could belong to many society organizations. A People Search: How can I find a Person? Like a doctor search, if you want detailed information, it will cost you. However, here are others ways to conduct a free people search: Go to google.com and type in the first and last name (i. Hugo Gallegos), city, state, profession, business, and so on. Visit http://www.reversephonedirectory.com, http://www.superpages.com, http://www.dexonline.com, http://www.anywho.com, http://www.
switchboard.com, http://www.infospace.com, http://www.att.com/directory. Many other sites exist where you can find information. However, most information comes from the same databases with different companies conducting the actual search. A Background Check: Can I do Free Background Checks? Yes, you can.
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