Doctor-led Health Care Organization Offers Free Web site, Membership to Mental Health Counselors
The International Assoc. of Dental and Medical Disciplines has a health care plan that brings together all medical disciplines and calls for them to work together to provide the best possible whole-body care.
East Hampstead, N. H. (Vocus) October 30, 2007
IADMD, the new doctor-led medical organization (http://www. iadmd. org) founded by dentists and physicians, is extending membership privileges to mental health counselors, making mental health counselors in private practice eligible to receive FREE, state-of-the-art, customized and hosted Web sites.
The International Assoc. of Dental and Medical Disciplines created a health care plan that brings together all medical disciplines and calls for them to work together to provide the best possible whole-body care (http://www. iadmd. org).
"Mental health counselors provide a vital role," says Dr. John J. Ryan, D. M.D., IADMD's founder, CEO and president. "And many of them are in private practice and could benefit from a Web site that connects them to other mental health counselors, physicians and to their patients.
Mental health counselors (http://www. iadmd. org) work with individuals, families, and groups to address and treat mental and emotional disorders. They are typically trained in a variety of therapeutic techniques used to treat depression, addiction and substance abuse and more.
FREE Web site Offer
IADMD launched a major campaign to link all medical providers to the Internet. As a FREE perk with membership, IADMD will create, host and help customize a state-of-the-art Web site valued at up to $5.000. Membership runs $1,899 for the year.
Last month, IADMD unveiled a new health care plan, that without adding taxes or burdens on employers or taxpayers, secures every person’s right to the highest quality care and puts control of medicine back into the hands of doctors.
“The nation needs a new health care plan to take back the reins and put responsibility into the hands of the only ones that can really fix the health care problem: unbiased doctors who are unwaveringly devoted to caring for patients,” says Dr. Ryan.
To learn more about IADMD and its health care reform proposals, please visit www. iadmd. org.
Contact: Glenn Selig, IADMD. org
Email: gselig @ iadmd. org
Phone: (813) 300-5454
Web site: http://www. iadmd. org (http://www. iadmd. org)