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How to Find a Single Doctor

Updated February 21, 2017

Whether you are a single doctor looking for a companion in the same profession or someone who just wants to meet a doctor, you are not alone. Online dating sites for finding eligible doctors are based less on luck and more on compatibility of the search, while other options require you to be at the right place at the right time. Regardless of your motive of wanting to find a single doctor, there are several options to achieve what you are after.

Search online dating websites. Some dating sites specifically cater to single doctor dating while others are more generic in their search approaches. Sites such as singledoctordating.com offers a chance for people in the health-care profession to find their soul mates and for people who want to meet a single doctor. By signing up and filling out some short self-questions and preferences, you can have access to thousands of single doctors. Match.com is a more generic dating site for all professions and includes single doctors and physicians.

Volunteer at the hospital nearest you. There is no better way to make contact with a doctor than visiting her place of work. Doctors work long and tiring shifts so the last thing they have time for is a relationship. If you are confident and persistent enough, you might just be lucky to reel in a doctor passing by.

Seek a friend for a referral. If you have a friend who works in the medical field, chances are he will know a doctor who is currently looking or has been looking for a relationship.

Frequently visit restaurants or cafes near the hospital. Doctors have busy schedules and will normally use their breaks at a convenient and nearby location. Watch for customers in white coats or listen for medical-related conversations.

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Paul Lin has been writing professionally since 2010. He has written scripts for the National Science Foundation and short films that have won awards at film festivals. His knowledge of broad topics along with visual scriptwriting allows him to write articles that brings words to life. Lin holds a Bachelor of Arts in scriptwriting from the University of North Texas.