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Date:7/13/2013

ssing (EMDR).

Dr. Jeffrey Ridha, a New York Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with Glens Falls Hospital. Specializes in breast augmentation and botox injections.

Dr. Richard Scartozzi, a Connecticut Ophthalmologist of Danbury Eye Physicians & Surgeons. Specializes in macular disorders and vitreo-retinal surgery.

Features for Doctors:

Rounds, case studies, and Discussion Board for Doctors - Scribbl
Networking and Interacting with other Doctors made easy
Find doctors based on name, specialty and sub-specialty, diagnosis, and treatment throughout the US
Upload practice photos
Link to your YouTube videos
Publish bio summary, education, accomplishments, memberships, certifications, and hospital affiliations

Features for Patients:

Maintain and access family health information in one place
Blood pressure tracker
iPhone and Android mobile apps
Search for doctors by diagnosis and treatment in a geographic radius

About DoctorsElite

It's always difficult to have yourself or a loved one diagnosed with an illness. It can become frustrating and even frightening when it feels like the options for treatment are limited. That’s why DoctorsElite was created: to empower people just like you with a free set of tools that make the search for better healthcare easier, cheaper, and faster.

With the internet, a staggering amount of information is freely available. The information a patient needs is out there, but it’s scattered and inconvenient to find with a popular search engine. Worse, it can be badly outdated or even entirely false. When it comes to help
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