FAQs


What is DocLynk?
DocLynk is a Professional and Private network, exclusively for Medical Practitioners of India and Abroad. It is safe, secure and a free platform to connect with other professionals in the medical community. By joining DocLynk, you can find new contacts, experts, friends and colleagues in various medical specialities and sub-specialities. You can also enhance your reputation, boost your career and business with the great features of DocLynk.

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Why is DocLynk considered to be safe and secure?
DocLynk respects user privacy and strives to ensure that their data is safe and secure. Hence, DocLynk.com uses HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) to communicate over the internet which uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). All information from DocLynk is sent over the internet using true 128bit – 256bit encryption, which means that all the users’ data and communication in DocLynk is very safe and secure.

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Who can become members of DocLynk?
DocLynk is open for all Medical Practitioners across the globe. Medical Practitioners include Doctors (physicians and surgeons), Dentists, Medical Residents, Medical Interns and Medical students. We have also provided restricted access to Medical organisations, such as, Medical Hospitals, Medical Colleges, Professional Medical Associations (PMA), Medical / Diagnostic facilities and Medical Recruiters. The latter access is restricted as they would only be able to post information pertaining to their medical organisations and be able to view very limited information regarding Medical Practitioners.

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How does DocLynk ensure that the signed up Medical Practitioners are genuine?
DocLynk uses a three step verification process for signed up Medical Practitioners. We request a few documents from the practitioners and match their credentials with our Medical Registry database. Medical students would undergo a different type of verification process. We do this to ensure that all Medical Practitioners are verified and authenticated professionals in their medical domain.

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