Want a Black Doctor? There's a Site for That

BlackDoctor.org makes finding a Black doctor easier.

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The medical needs for Black Americans differ from the general public and those looking for a physician who may be attune to their needs may find BlackDoctor.org a refreshing resource. From the site's About Us page

BlackDoctor.org is a powerful new resource for African Americans. It’s devoted exclusively to the strategies, tactics and health advice that will help you live healthier, happier lives. And it’s FREE!

BlackDoctor.org gives you access to innovative new approaches for Black health – so that you can live your life to its fullest possibilities. We provide key information and free referrals to Black doctors –which until now – have been difficult to find. We give you effective strategies for managing your health, nutrition, weight loss, exercise tips, free advice from Black doctors and much more!

We give you access to the latest medical breakthroughs – all carefully evaluated by our top health experts so that you can decide whether or not they can help you…and take the best-informed measures for your specific needs.

BlackDoctor.org understands the uniqueness of Black culture, our heritage and traditions and how these all play a role in our health. We also understand that there is a lot of distrust with African Americans and the healthcare system. Truth is, BlackDoctor.org is vitally needed as a trusted and credible resource for our health and happiness. African Americans are disproportionately affected by a number of major diseases and illnesses. Our goal is to see that you gain the upper hand over your health.

And, while BlackDoctor.org is guided by leading physicians and specialists, it speaks to you in everyday language. The format is fast reading and concise so that you can pull out plans and strategies to work immediately - no matter what your health needs are.

Check out more at BLACKDOCTOR.ORG

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