U.S. News Doctor Finder is a free, searchable online directory of U.S. physicians that's designed to help consumers make informed decisions in their choice of doctors. It will soon include profiles of more than 700,000 doctors, nearly all those in the country who have an M.D. or D.O. degree and are currently in practice.
If you are a doctor or healthcare provider and do not see a particular doctor listed, we will be rolling out profiles on an ongoing basis. You can manage your information by going to Doximity.com and claiming your profile, so that when your profile appears on our site, it is correct.
U.S. News has compiled extensive information in each doctor's profile, including where he or she was educated and trained, which hospitals he or she admits patients to, and in some cases which insurance plans he or she accepts. However, it has not ranked, rated or evaluated any of the doctors profiled in the Doctor Finder. (This is in contrast to certain other U.S. News products, such as Best Hospitals, Best Medical Schools and Best Health Insurance Plans, each of which features rankings or ratings.)
Through a collaboration between U.S. News and Doximity, the professional network for physicians, doctors can use Doximity to update or correct factual information, such as addresses and hospital affiliations, that appear in their profile in the U.S. News Doctor Finder.
For more information, see FAQ About U.S. News Doctor Finder.