JustAskANurse.net acquires .com address

Physician Referral Site Offers Consumer Choices

MERRIMAC, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- In a recent move to promote healthcare consumer awareness and to build name recognition, justaskanurse.net purchased justaskanurse.com.

“We‘re very excited to have the .com address as it is the most recognizable to internet users,” said Nancy Justin, co-owner.

Health care has discovered the Internet and the Internet has discovered health care! The major driving forces that are pushing the Internet into health and health care are strong and unstoppable. They ensure that the Internet increasingly will be integrated in our health care. According to California HealthCare Foundation

“Just Ask A Nurse is the only physician referral website utilizing the unique expertise of local Registered Nurses to recommend doctors” - Deb Ciampa RN co-owner


  • Eighty percent of Americans who go online use the internet to track down healthcare information.
  • Although not all U.S. adults use the internet, the percentage that do and who look for health care information equates to 59 percent of the total U.S. adult population. 44% of those are looking for a doctor and more than 2/3 of which are women, according to Politics Daily.

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JAAN is owned and operated as an LLC located in Massachusetts. Co owners Nancy Justin RN and Deb Ciampa RN are responsible for the day to day operation of the company, and its financial obligations. They are instrumental in developing, and updating the website. Just Ask a Nurse (JAAN) strongly believes in staying true to its' mission. We provide only the best choices in healthcare for you, doctors mentioned by nurses as their provider of choice. For a trusted, informed, knowledgeable recommendation, Just Ask A Nurse.com is the website of choice


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