Doctors often have websites where they write information about themselves for patients to research before choosing them as their provider. On these websites they include information on where they went to school, what part of the medical field they specialize in, what kind if insurance they accept, and things of that nature. If the grammar is incorrect on the web page, that doctor is not going to get very many new patients. Why should they trust someone with their life if he can not use the English language properly? Though very harsh, it is a good point. If a doctor does not care enough to post grammatically correct material, will he care enough to give proper treatment and diagnosis?
To avoid being wrongly judged, doctors should stop by spellchecker.net and utilize their free grammar check. The service is very user friendly. It will point out all of the grammatical errors and help to fix them before shoddy posting are placed on the internet. A lot of embarrassment can be saved by running the content through this free service and making sure the grammar is on point.