What are some tips for choosing a doctor?


To choose a new doctor, ask co-workers, neighbors, and friends who they recommend.

And check to see if your insurance will cover visits to any doctor you consider.

Most plans require you to choose a primary care doctor (one who’ll manage your care and refer you to specialists). If you have a chronic condition, you’ll need a specialist who understands your health needs.

And to find out if a doctor is in good standing with licensing agencies, check out websites run by medical licensure boards.

From: How to Choose a Doctor WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario on September 17, 2019
Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario on September 17, 2019


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