Is there a way to check out my doctor or surgeon before choosing one? | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

While you can never find out every little thing about your doctor, there are a few things you can do to make an informed decision. First, ask questions: – Where did you go to medical school? – What American Board of Medical Specialty Certifications do you have? – How long have you been practicing? – Are there any disciplinary actions outstanding against you? All of these are perfectly legitimate to ask. But, if you don’t want to talk to your doctor about this, you can get all this information from for $15. Shopping around for a good physician is one of the best medical decisions you can make.  For other information about medical negligence/case results of our firm, surf around this website.  Call us for a free consultation.

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