Our team of global physicians are doing everything they can to help out the people of Nepal devastated by the earthquake
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) April 29, 2015
Medical Q&A website AskTheDoctor.com today announced they are connecting their doctors with those in need of medical attention in Nepal in an effort to assist with the tragic earthquake.
The 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Nepal has killed more than 4,700 people and left thousands more injured.
Anyone from Nepal who needs to speak with a doctor for the next 60 days can do so immediately and completely for free virtually on AskTheDoctor.com.
“This week, over 3,000 people in Katmandu, Nepal alone have already used our service,” said Prakash Chand, CEO of AskTheDoctor.com. “We want to do everything we can to help out the workers on the ground without medical knowledge to assist in patient care.”
Users simply ask their medical question on AskTheDoctor.com by providing as many details as possible and will receive an email with an answer from a physician or specialist as soon as possible.
“Our team of global physicians are doing everything they can to help out the people of Nepal devastated by the earthquake,” added Chand. “Hopefully virtual access to a doctor can help many of the injured people out or at least give them some direction and guidance.”
Ask The Doctor currently has over 10,000 licensed physicians worldwide, providing direct answers to medical questions.
For more information visit http://www.AskTheDoctor.com.
About ATD Health Network Inc.
ATD Health Network Inc. are the owners of AskTheDoctor.com, the world's leading online source for medical advice for anyone, anywhere, in the world. Users submit their personalized medical questions via a simple-to-use online form. When a question is answered, users are notified by email, and their response is posted anonymously on the website. Depending on the nature of the question, answers may be provided by general practitioners or a specialist.