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Can we have a website to rate websites like iwantgreatcare?

Copperfield wants to set up a website to rate websites like the controversial doctor rating site iwantgreatcare.org.

Copperfield wants to set up a website to rate websites like the controversial doctor rating site iwantgreatcare.org.



As Oscar Wilde probably said, there's only one thing worse than being talked about. And that's not being talked about.

And so it is with the new website iwantgreatcare.com, which you'll doubtless have heard about by now. (Click here if you haven't)

Because I bet that all of us have had a sneaky look to see if we've been reviewed. And suffered a twinge of disappointment if you discover – as I have – that you haven't even merited a mention.

Surely there's some peeved and antibiotic-deprived punter in the Essex wastelands who feels sufficiently disgruntled by my care to email along the lines of, ‘Dr Copperfield is the worse doctah what I have ever seen and he never gives us nuffink'?

After all, they're usually happy to say it – or rather shout it, with added expletives – to my face.

Anyway, I shan't give the website a good kicking, as my co-columnist Dr Peverley has already done so.

But, to further promote the concepts of feedback, openness, and empowerment, I'd like to announce that I'm setting up a new website called ‘iwanttoratewebsiteslikeiwantgreatcare.org.org'.

It's fairly simple: you'll be asked whether these sites are crap.

Or total crap.

Copperfield

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