CONSUMER MALPRACTICE GROUPS
We are pleased to suggest other sites which may be useful to people interested in medical malpractice issues. We are not affiliated with any of these other sites and thus are not responsible for their content.
Many State medical licensing boards have put
physician information on the Internet. Below are links to
many of those sites, some having only Medical Doctor (M.D.)
data, and some of which also have information about
Osteopaths (D.O.) Chiropractors (D.C.), Dentists (DDM),
Nurses (R.N. & LPN) and other healthcare professionals.
Please note: Some of these sites have a lot of useful
information that is easy to find, and some have very little
and they make you dig for what they do have. Please do not
ask us to look up specific doctors for you. We would like to
help, but the volume of requests is too high. These links
are offered only as a suggested starting point for you to do
your own online research.
ALABAMA THROUGH FLORIDA
Alabama State Board of Medical
Alaska State Medical Board
Arizona Medical Board
Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners in
Medicine and Surgery
Arkansas State Medical Board
Medical Board of California
Colorado Board of Medical Examiners
Connecticut Medical Examining Board
Delaware Board of Medical Practice
District of Columbia Board of Medicine
Florida Board of Medicine
Florida Board of Osteopathic Medicine
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This site contains only general background information and is not intended to constitute specific legal advice or establish an attorney/client relationship. Laws vary from state to state and are constantly changing. If you think you may have a case you should promptly contact a lawyer in your state with experience in handling this type of case.
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