How To See A Specialist Faster Using Medical Specialists Melbourne Search Website

AXA Gulf launches first-of-its-kind Sure Health enables second opinion on medical treatment

Most GPs only know a few specialists to refer their patients to, so although there are many qualified alternatives with available appointments all of the patients are queuing up to see only a select few of the more connected medical specialists. The saddest part is, most people dont know how to see a specialist faster so they just accept the situation and wait it out. But when it comes to medical situations the length of the wait can mean the difference between complete healing and landing in the emergency room, or worse. Today, even the Australian government and medical community recognise the importance of seeing medical specialists as soon as possible. Health Minister David Davis told a budget estimates committee that an independent panel of experts reported that 79,000 people were waiting for their first outpatient appointment in 2011. The 2011 audit also showed 248,000 patients were on outpatient waiting lists. Australian Medical Association Victoria President Dr. Stephen Parnis said doctors had been waiting 18 months for the list showing the number of people with referrals from GPs waiting to get into outpatient clinics. He says, The longer someone has to wait for elective treatment, the more likely it is to become an urgent or emergency problem. When a GP refers someone to a specialist at a public hospitals outpatient clinic, they are placed on a waiting list and then have to wait to be reviewed for surgery before making it onto another waiting list for elective surgery. Opposition health spokesman Gavin Jennings says, More people are now waiting longer than ever before for surgery they desperately need. Leukaemia survivor, Melbourne-based father and I Need A Specialist Director Darren Lemin says, From my own health battle experience and through the diagnosis of my sons juvenile diabetes, my family and I know exactly how important it is to see a specialist as soon as possible, and thats why we came up with an online Melbourne medical specialists search engine program that would provide patients with an alternative to being trapped in a system that doesnt seem to be working for everyone. http://www.ineedaspecialist.com.au I Need A Specialist is a free service that helps patients understand how to see a specialist faster and helps them find the specialist theyre looking for in their area or vicinity. This online system allows patients to request an appointment anytime day or night quickly and easily.

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For more information log on to http://www.axa-gulf.com/ About AXA Group The AXA Group is a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management, with more than 160,000 employees serving 102 million clients in 57 countries. In 2012, IFRS revenues amounted to Euro 90.1 billion and IFRS underlying earnings to Euro 4.3 billion. AXA had Euro 1,116 billion in assets under management as of December 31, 2012. For additional information, please contact: Alexis de Beauregard Menna Talla MOHY EL DIN Regional Communication Manager, AXA Insurance (Gulf) B.S.C. (c) Tel. : 971 (0) 4 447 6349 – Mob. : 971 (0) 56 682 7104 Email: menna.mohy@axa-gulf.com http://www.axa-gulf.com About AXA Gulf With a workforce of over 800 employees, 22 branches region-wide, more than 500,000 customers and 2012 gross written premium of over US 625 million, AXA is the largest international non-life player in the GCC offering a wide range of insurance products and services for corporate and individual customers. AXA in the Gulf was recently awarded Insurer of the Year and Personal Lines insurer in 2012 at the MENA Insurance Awards and best SME insurance product by the Banker Middle East. For more information log on to http://www.axa-gulf.com/ Omani companies to sell shares , MENAFN (MENAFN) Some three Omani companies plan to sell shares to the public as the Muscat Securities Market plans to sell state-owned assets, according to Khaleej Times. Ahmed Saleh Al Marhoon, MSM … Feb 19 2014 Qatar – QE index loses 33.71 points , The Peninsula (MENAFN – The Peninsula) The Qatar Exchange index ended in the red area when trading closed yesterday at 11,690.49 points, down 33.71 points or 0.29 percent, from the previous closing of 11,724.20 … Feb 19 2014 Qatar – Al Meera’s 2013 revenue hits QR1.95bn , The Peninsula (MENAFN – The Peninsula) Al Meera Consumer Goods Company’s net profit for the year-ended December 31, 2013 is up at QR196.1m compared to QR105.7m reported in 2012, the company said in a … Feb 19 2014 Qatar – QNB, QDB tie up to finance Al Naqeeb project , The Peninsula (MENAFN – The Peninsula) As part of its commitment to provide easy access to banking products and services to local small and medium enterprises (SMEs), Qatar National Bank (QNB), Al Naqeeb Plastic … Feb 19 2014 Qatar – QNCC for QR1.19bn expansion plan , The Peninsula (MENAFN – The Peninsula) Qatar National Cement Company (QNCC), the largest maker of cement in Qatar, will expand its production capacity from 10,000-12,000 tonnes per day (TPD) to around 20,000 TPD …

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