DrFinders cites the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology’s projections indicating that Allergists will be in high demand in the upcoming years.
Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) July 5, 2010 -- DrFinders cites the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology’s projections indicating that there will be a major shortage of Allergists in the years to come. The organization’s recent report stated that the demand for Allergists should rise 35% by the year 2020. At the same time the number of practicing Allergists is expected to decrease.
DrFinders.com provides a searchable online database of practicing physicians and specialists. Individuals who are having a hard time finding a practicing specialist in their area will be able to quickly and easily identify the appropriate options for treatment in their surrounding area.
In addition to practicing Allergists providing successful asthma alternatives and chronic respiratory problems the DrFinders searchable online database provides access to a wide variety of medical professionals included (but not limited to): psychologists, andrologists, pediatricians, craniofacial pediatricians, gynecologists, obstetricians, gastrointestinal surgeons, gynecologic surgeons, occupational therapists, perfusionists, physical therapists, reproductive endocrinologists, and more.
Clint Ethington of DrFinders.com said, “There are always regions in which there seem to be shortages of certain medical professionals. And there are always those specific medical specialties that are in high demand nationwide. Finding an appropriate specialist in your area is vital. And the database makes that much easier than ever before.”
To get further information on DrFinders or to get information for searching the online directory of doctors get in touch with Clint Ethington:
Contact: Clint Ethington
Company: Doctor Finders
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