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KoolDocs.com Increases Online Presence through Social Networking Premium Online Medical Consultation Service Now on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
Date:8/27/2009

KoolDocs.com expands its outreach to its current and future patients by its recent launch of accounts on the popular social networking sites, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 26, 2009 -- KoolDocs.com, the web's leading resource for online medical consultations, diagnoses, prescriptions, and doctors' excuses for work and school, expands its outreach to its current and future patients by its recent launch of accounts on the popular social networking sites, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

"Here at KoolDocs.com, we pride ourselves on our ability to connect to our customers through the common understanding that not only is quality healthcare extremely important, but also that the freedom to make choices about our personal health, such as seeking online medical consultations as an equally effective, cost effective alternative to the traditional going-to-the-doctor route for minor medical conditions, is essential for our well-being," states James Egidio, Founder of KoolDocs.com. "And because we make that connection to our patients day after day, it was only natural to extend our outreach via social networking. We are always looking for ways to further connect telemedicine services and stimulate valuable feedback from our patients."

The Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts feature the latest articles, tips, and news items from KoolDocs.com, as well as further information on its services and website updates. They are also the ideal platform for initiating discussions among current and future potential patients of the online medical consultation service.

"Social networking is just another way that KoolDocs.com proves to be a premier online community for those seeking medical consultations with qualified, U.S.-licensed online physicians," comments Egidio.

To become a fan and join KoolDocs.com's Facebook community,
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