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Doctors and Hospitals
professional information about virtually every licensed physician in the United States and its possessions — including more than 814,000 doctors of medicine
and doctors of osteopathy or osteopathic medicine.
American Board of Medical Specialties®
American Board of Medical Specialties offers this free site to help you find physicians who are board certified in various specialties in your area, and to verify whether physicians are currently board certified in a specialty.
American Hospital Directory
Find information on any hospital in the U.S.: it's financial status, services offered and information about specific operations such as average length of stay and average charges.
Emergency Medical Services
Information about what to expect and how to prepare for Emergency Medical Services.
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