Medical Help Website, Cincinnati.MD, Adds New Features for Patients and Physicians --Doctor Visit Feedback and Patient Testimonials -- to Its Already Successful Site

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Popularity of Cincinnati.MD continues to grow as many consumers are utilizing the new local healthcare website to find healthcare professionals. Hits increased this month to 871,111 as new visitors grew by 82.8% to over 108,000 in June 2005.

Based on feedback from both patients and healthcare professionals, Cincinnati.MD has added to its http://www.Cincinnati.MD website a new feature for consumers to provide ratings, feedback, and testimonials for their physician and allowing physicians to respond to real-time feedback on their service. The 10 Star Rating System and Testimonials is available on the website for each healthcare professional in the Greater Cincinnati area.

The popularity of Cincinnati.MD continues to grow as many consumers are using the new local healthcare website to find healthcare professionals. Hits increased this month to 871,111, and new visitors grew by 82.8% to over 108,000 in June 2005.

“The most valued information for consumers when making a healthcare decision is word of mouth – whether from a physician or a neighbor. Our vision is to improve healthcare by providing patients with this word of mouth information to help them make informed decisions about their healthcare and aid in the selection of their healthcare providers...” stated Joe Benza, Jr., CEO of Directories.MD.

“It is important for all patients to be able to leverage the same resources, such as word of mouth referrals, that we in the healthcare profession have developed through professional relationships.”

The Cincinnati.MD site is the only local website being offered to consumers as a single source, free, comprehensive healthcare resource on the Internet providing valuable information on over 6,900 listed medical professionals in Greater Cincinnati.

Cincinnati.MD is owned by Directories.MD, which plans to launch similar websites in over 500 cities in 2006.

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