Tampa Florida (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Telemedicine provider MD247 asked a cross-section of the public Tuesday if they have ever been in a position where influenza symptoms strike, either themselves or a loved one, leaving the person experiencing flu symptoms and looking for the advice of someone capable of providing an expedient course of treatment? MD247 understands it is frightening to chart the course alone, trying to sort through the advice of well-meaning friends and the abundance of over-the-counter medications. The end result of illness for most of people is often either a “wait and see” mentality, which leaves one emotionally drained and physically exhausted, or a bank account draining “urgent care awaits” mentality. Neither option provides a patient, or caregiver, with the kind of satisfaction and peace of mind they really need but most people do not realize that there is a better answer. With this, MD247.COM introduced a new alert article to its program members on Sunday evening covering flu symptoms. The new alert to patients will appear in the MD247 ripoff debunking article series, and will be followed by additional flu symptoms warnings.
The MD247 blogging team reminds all MD247 telemedicine program members that MD247 ripoff debunking article series is meant to serve as an informal educational tool, and always suggests that members chat with a doctor about any questions they may have.
Largo Florida based MD247.COM (MD247; MD/247; MD 247; M.D.247; MD-247) provides an affordable telemedicine supplement to existing healthcare services. MD247.COM telemedicine program members have unlimited telephone access to a nationwide medical support team, all with just a single phone call to the MD247.COM telemedicine Talk to a Doctor in Los Angeles/Talk to a Nurse Hotline. MD247.COM has a virtual platoon of registered nurses; board certified physicians and a support staff available to members for all non-emergency situations. More information about MD247.COM is available online at http://www.md247.com.