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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who is this for?

A: Physicians. Wherecare is a free space for the online presence of physician practices.  

Q: I'm a physician. Why do I need an online presence?

A: For physicians growing their practice, Wherecare functions as an online presence for advertising. For physicians who are maintaining their practice, Wherecare will be a space for practice announcements and updates.

Q: My clinic already has a webpage. Why do I need Wherecare?

A: Wherecare is your personal practice webpage that is fully under your control in real-time. Your edits are instantaneous and super easy to make.  There will be no misinformation that other parties may assume about your practice.  No delays or bureaucracy stands between your thoughts, and your published webpage.

Q: How do I get started?

A: The easiest way is to go to the About page then click the Let's get started button.  Please note you'll need to sign in to publish your page. Once you fill out the practice details form, click “Add my listing” and your page will go live.  Don’t worry if you make any mistakes, absolutely everything is changeable and nothing is permanent. You can add, edit or delete your whole page in an instant if you like and it’ll be like it was never there.

Q: How reliable is Wherecare? Will my page suddenly disappear?

A: The Wherecare domain has been purchased long-term, so you don't have to worry about the site spontaneously disappearing.  It’ll also always be free.


Q: How much exposure will I have on Wherecare?

A: Wherecare has had over 1,100 visits in the last 90 days, which is a 44% increase over the previous 90 day interval.  This statistic was last updated on Dec 12, 2021.


Q: Who created Wherecare?

A: Dr. Curtis Foong, who is a family physician practising in Scarborough, Ontario.  Before his medical career, he completed a Bachelor of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Toronto and a Master of Health Informatics at University of Waterloo.  He also worked as a web developer for one year before pursuing medicine. He went to medical school at University College Dublin then completed Family Medicine Residency at McMaster University.  He has an interest in the application of informatics and technology in the improvement of health outcomes for his patient population.

Q: My question isn't answered. Can I get more help?

A: Yes, please send a message and I'll be happy to respond as soon as possible.

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